I have a client who is creating HTML and scripts from Lead Pages to create conversion buttons on her site. Lead Pages creates these awful inline styles for their buttons.
When placed in a Text Widget, the % symbol in the background property in the inline style is turned into a Font Awesome font (or at least tries to be) and thus breaks the code in the text widget.
In the HTML Element in the Template Builder, the styles attribute is removed altogether.
I assumed that the HTML Element in the Template Builder wouldn’t be filtered at all, but it is. How can we remove filtering of that, so the styles attribute on
<a>tags isn’t removed?
Also, how can we stop the % symbol in HTML in Text Widgets from being rendered into Font Awesome icons?
I imagine you know more quickly where all these filters are. Thanks! I am trying to get the client to not use any of the inline styles and instead to use a class instead, but she really would like to copy and paste the buttons from Lead Pages and just run with them and not do anything with the HTML. Here’s an example style:
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