[TYPO3-core] Gremlin #1081: hardcoded <p> tags inside tablecells

Christian Jul Jensen julle at typo3.org
Wed Nov 9 12:29:04 CET 2005

On Wednesday 09 November 2005 09:32, Martin Kutschker wrote:
> While I agree that they are not necessary, I don't think they should be
> removed. It will break all current CSS.


> Who will read the Changelog taht carefully? If we do such things we should
> consider writing upgrade docs. eg
> P tags have removed from rendering of TABLE content elements:
> If your CSS relies on P tags within the TD tags, you can reenable them by
> setting the following Typosecipt:
> tt_content.table.20.innerStdWrap.wrap = <p>|</p>
> So -1 if we have no upgrade doc, -0 because I think those who care have set
> up their CSS accordingly.

how about removing the hardcoded tags and adding the wrap in the ts by 

Maybe evev have it as a config option in the extmng.

So in effect no changes, but in reality hardcoded is gone and users can unset 
the wrap to get rid of the paragraphs.

Christian Jul Jensen

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