How to solve this issue?
1. Using the escape trick
You should know the character entities of HTML, as of example below
Character entities are made up of three parts:
1. An "ampersand" (the & symbol)
2. Either a descriptive phrase, or a # followed by a number
3. A semicolon (the ; symbol)
You need to display your code in such a way where you find all the "<" and ">" """ symbols and exchange them for their Entity name.
For example "<" would end up being "&" followed by "lt;".
For easy HTML to TEXT conversion go to this site: http://centricle.com/tools/html-entities/ and encode/decode TEXT or HTML form.
2. Copy the TEXT converted result and paste it inside the following code:
<div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: left;"> Insert your HTML code HERE </div>
From you post editor click the COMPOSE tab and you can paste your HTML code directly to your text area. As shown in the picture below:
Enjoy!!! Hope it helps.....
Note: Compose tab is not supported by all browser.
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