Gem is currently incompatible with Rails 4.2 due to its pessimistic constraint on Nokogiri 1.5. rails (= 4.2.0) ruby depends on actionview (= 4.2.0) ruby depends on rails-dom-testing (>= 1.0.5, ~> 1.0) ruby depends on nokogiri (~> 1.6.0) ruby govspeak (~> 3.2) ruby depends on nokogiri (1.5.11)
This loosens the rules around HTML sanitisation and validation to allow span elements. This is required for some work happening on whitehall to precompute and store govspeak on HtmlAttachments - the computed HTML contains spans for numbered headings.
www.agileplannerapp.com/boards/173808/cards/5680 without a leading line-break character, kramdown considered address div a part of the preceding paragraph text. this was causing address HTML to get escaped. according to kramdown syntax, there needs to be a blank line to seperate out 2 paragraphs: http://kramdown.gettalong.org/syntax.html#paragraphs
The name might lead you to think it takes HTML - that's what is being assumed in govuk_content_models.