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WordPress: replace was backwards, broke end tags #292

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richardtallent commented Jan 28, 2017

The substitution was not being made because the arguments were reversed. This resulted in breaking HTML end tags imported from WordPress. The issue reporting this was closed due to inactivity, I've just now had some time to try to use Jekyll again.

@parkr parkr changed the title from Fixes #254, replace was backwards, broke end tags to WordPress: replace was backwards, broke end tags Feb 21, 2017


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parkr Feb 21, 2017


Nicely done!

Fixes #254.

@jekyllbot: merge


parkr commented Feb 21, 2017

Nicely done!

Fixes #254.

@jekyllbot: merge

@jekyllbot jekyllbot merged commit 055d723 into jekyll:master Feb 21, 2017

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