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In some cases (for example, when you have a database error during the update), when you edit an article, all of the HTML markup is removed when the article is saved.
 
In some cases (for example, when you have a database error during the update), when you edit an article, all of the HTML markup is removed when the article is saved.
  
To fix this, navigate to Global Configuration→Text Filters, make sure the filters are set correctly, then Save.  
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To fix this, navigate to '''Global Configuration → Text Filters''', make sure the filters are set correctly, then Save.  
  
This is caused by moving the Text Filter function from Article Manager→Options to Global Configuration. In a normal 2.5.0 update, these Text Filter settings are transferred automatically.
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This is caused by moving the Text Filter function from '''Article ManagerOptions → Global Configuration'''. In a normal 2.5.0 update, these Text Filter settings are transferred automatically.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:26, 2 September 2012

In some cases (for example, when you have a database error during the update), when you edit an article, all of the HTML markup is removed when the article is saved.

To fix this, navigate to Global Configuration → Text Filters, make sure the filters are set correctly, then Save.

This is caused by moving the Text Filter function from Article ManagerOptions → Global Configuration. In a normal 2.5.0 update, these Text Filter settings are transferred automatically.