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10/17/2013 11:38 AM
 

Hi, I have two installs of DNN706, one on a local dev server and one on a live server. Both installed from the same install file. When I use the dotnetnuke.radeditor align-left/center/right functions the html is rendered as a div on the dev server and as a p on the live server.

The HMTL manager settings are identical for both installs. Why is the live server rendering differently than the dev server?

How can I configure the editor to use div instead of p for the align functions?

Thanks for any clues.

 
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