Forms with text containing HTML codes or HTML-like codes (such as </P>) have the closing tags changed to lowercase. This occurs when text is loaded into a form for editing, not when submitting the form.
if this happens on loading, then this should probably start with Harish, resassigning
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the problem also happens in 2002041009 build (1.0rc2), slack8. probably it is a parser problem. I'd like to ask a priority change since this affects all kinds of xml code being retrieved and later submited by a form ("closing tag mismatch" error).
yes, please up the priority. this is *extremely* annoying if you use an html form interface to edit html/xml templates.
For example this fails: http://jakobbg.mine.nu/jakob/files/temp/moz.html This invalidates all xml preloaded into the form. This goes on Linux as well, OS should be changed to ALL.
You're almost certainly not escaping markup within the <textarea>. If your data is, for instance, <xml>element!</xml>, your code should look like: <textarea> <xml>element!</xml> </textarea>