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Hi TalkTalk web designers.
Just tried to centre align this text using the align centre button above.
Your post has been changed because invalid HTML was found in the message body. The invalid HTML has been removed. Please review the message and submit the message when you are satisfied.
Thanks for this, I've not been able to replicate but its clearly an error. All users have the ability to add simple HTML to their posts and all items in the editor should be acceptable.
I've raised a case with our platform vendors to investigate further.
The HTML5 code produced by your post and that produced for mine by the editor icons, above, is identical.
The checker appears HTML5 compliant (it rejects the HTML 4.01 center command for example) so although the error message says the code is not valid I would say the generated code is valid and it's not being allowed for another reason, like the level of permissions, such as you suggested.
Platform vendor have confirmed this is a defect and will be investigated further to find a fix, however, i dont have a timescale, however, i do have a workaround, if you use the html tab you can use the following code which should be valid.
<center>Some text here</center>
Let me know if this doesn't work for you.
Yes, that seems to work fine! Good work around!