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Other sites with NBSP problem - 03/09/2010
As i have written before there is this HTML codes by name NBSP that are found all over WR ..This is not isolated problem with me..AS LONG AS U DONT CLICK on a Ring and when u read description u will find that NBSP in a text...
It is AGGRAVATING and people wonder what it is..
Its more agravating that system will NOT save CHANGES that are made in Global settings...
Here is just few sites to name it ...but there are by hundreds that have same issue..

1.Landscape Photography -
2. Landscape Photography - 38 site(s)
3.Art nature and travel - 7 site(s)
4. Art nature and travel - 7 site(s)
5.Backyard Wildlife Habitats

This is just to name few with NBSP in the description text before u click on a ring...This is not what i see this is what my friends see and new people that log in here

Replied - 07/15/2010
What you are nost likely seeing is the HTML entity "nbsp;" Replace with the & symbol - I typed it that way so the code won't become active and simple turn into what it is an non breaking space.

This HTML entity is used when the developer wants to ensure that a break between two words does no put the second work onto a new line, or wants to force two spaces between a sentance, as HTML strips extra whitespace.

Often times when you are viewing something with an older browser, or when HTML code is incorrectly pasted, the ampersand will be stripped, leaving ugly "nbsp;" fragments inserted into the text.

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