Error when hiding a Hyperlink in HTML-tags
On my website I tried to hide an hyperlink with HTML-Tags. If I do this, an error will occure: The widget box of the sidebar will move into the article where the hided text would be when it was displayed.
For example this code would manupulate the webpage:
A code without Hyperlink like this has no effect on the rest of the page:
I’m sorry, I don’t quite understand what you are trying to accomplish here. You mean that you are using the HTML editor, and you are including a link, but then commenting it out? In that case, why are you including the link? Why not just leave it out?
AnonymousMay 10, 2012 at 2:12 am #28245
This is not a Graphene error, it is how WordPress works. I think it has to do with how WordPress “auto formats” HTML.
I have a plugin that cancels out WordPress forcing these auto formats… However if your site is well developed it would not be a wise move to install that plugin… you would have to update every page.
I did however find this on the WordPress support forums:
The last comment seems to work:
It's a pain to have to do this, but enclosing your comment
within the code tag seems to work. It may not validate,
or be technically correct, but it works:
<code><!-- commented out text here --></code>
So for your example this should work:
<a href="http://www.khairul-syahir.com"><!-- http://www.khairul-syahir.com --></a>
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