Version 1.1 is a minor update that finally implements one (yeah, just one 😛 ) new and exciting feature – disabling
wptexturize and other built-in filters on a per-post basis. Previously you had to enclose the entire post in
<!--start_raw--> <!--end_raw--> tags to do this, which could sometimes lead to conflicts with other plugins (e.g. Exec-PHP). Now you can use the handy meta box on the “Write” screen :
Here’s what each checkbox does :
- Disable wptexturize – This will disable the
wptexturize()filter. This filter is responsible for creating “smart quotes”, converting dashes and ellipses to their HTML entity equivalents, and other typographical transformations.
Disable automatic paragraphs – Disables the
wpautop()filter. Check this to stop WP from automatically converting newlines to paragraphs (<p></p>).
- Disable convert_chars –
convert_chars()performs a number of miscellaneous modifications and Unicode fixes. Disable this filter if you don’t want ampersands converted to &.
- Disable smilies – Textual smileys won’t be replaced with images.
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