Friday adds very little HTML to the templates, questions and answers you supply.
We'd really prefer that it add none at all, but for most users, that's not very practical. For example, it would mean that you couldn't simply add a blank line where you want one in your answer. You'd have to add HTML code -- <p></p> or <br> tags -- around every paragraph and for each blank line.
That'd be incredibly tedious, so Friday helps out by adding a few tags so the line breaks you add in Friday's editor appear in your HTML FAQ also.
This can cause occasional problems when you include handwritten HTML code in your answers. Friday recognizes many common HTML tags and turns its automatic linebreak tagging routines on and off as appropriate.
Friday may not recognize all of the tags you use. If you think Friday's missing the particular tags you're using, add:
(on a line by itself) where you want Friday to stop adding its own paragraph and break tags, then add
(again on a line by itself) where you want Friday to return to being his normal helpful self again.
Note that in between these two "pseudo-tags" you'll have to manually add any paragraph or break tags needed.
Friday currently recognizes the following tags and turns off its internal linebreak tagging when it encounters them:
UL, OL, PRE, TABLE, CODE, FORM, DIR, SCRIPT, DL, MENU, LISTING, NOBR, XMP plus Friday's "pseudo-tag" NOBREAK
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