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The WYSIWYG Editor sometimes breaks my tables/columns/divs. Why?

The most common reason for this problem is because you have invalid HTML code.

Your HTML code cannot contain mismatching tags. The <table>, <tr>, <td>, <div> and other tags have to be opened and closed on the correct positions, as defined by the HTML standards. The HTML standards can be found on the W3C website.

If you are having problems with your HTML, you could try cleaning it up by using this HTML Tidy and then use the resulted cleaned code in your HTML file.

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