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    When i type custom code in tinymce like <div> <div> , tinymce will automatically close it. Can i somehow disable tinyce autoclosing tags? When i add <div> <div> it will be written like that??
    Last edited by rawelja; 07/19/2018 at 23:57.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawelja View Post
    When i type custom code in tinymce like <div> <div> , tinymce will automatically close it. Can i somehow disable tinyce autoclosing tags? When i add <div> <div> it will be written like that??
    Is this possible?

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    Why do you want to open <div>s without closing them? If you want to use pure HTML, you should use the HTML content element, not a text content element.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooky View Post
    Why do you want to open <div>s without closing them? If you want to use pure HTML, you should use the HTML content element, not a text content element.


    I modified my template and added content_css and templates so my content will be added via templates. I have content element which need to be inside tinymce template.
    So i want to add custom code in tinymce then add content element and close tags with other tinymce.
    like this:

    <div>
    Content element
    </div>

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    I would not recommend to do this. If you want to create custom content element "templates", maybe you should consider using RockSolid Custom Elements instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooky View Post
    I would not recommend to do this. If you want to create custom content element "templates", maybe you should consider using RockSolid Custom Elements instead.
    i need this fast. U know possilbe solution? How to disable autoclosing tags in tinmce?

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    AFAIK you can not force TinyMCE to create invalid HTML code. If you need it fast use the CE HTML as Spooky told.
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