Style lost in feed
|Reported by:||andrewjorgensen||Owned by:||anonymous|
|Severity:||trivial||Keywords:||style, align, images, feed, caption|
Beginning with 2.5 if I insert an image and change it's alignment to "right" using TinyMCE it adds a "float: right;" setting to a style attribute and "alignright" to the class attribute. This has the effect of changing the alignment of the image in wordpress but the rss feed generator strips out the class and style attributes so that the image is default justified instead.
Wherever possible standard html should be used within the post content so that formatting remains when the feed is viewed in a feed reader or aggregator. A feed reader will not have access to the style information. Even if the style and class attributes were not stripped the reader wouldn't have the stylesheet and the reader software may not know how to interpret the style attribute.
This can be worked around by manually adding the align="right" attribute to the img element.
If formatting specific to the align="right" case is desired by the theme author she should use, for example, img[align="right"] as the selector in the stylesheet rather than an alignright class. Using a selector in this way as opposed to a class will also cause the stylesheet propertied to be applied to posts written before the alignright class was used. See http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/selector.html
Change History (10)
- Component changed from TinyMCE to General
- Priority changed from normal to low
- Severity changed from major to trivial
- Type changed from defect to enhancement