I have a site I'm working on here: http://georgianstone.millerholden.com/
It uses the minimum theme and on the homepage there are two blog posts. The one that says "New Marble and Granite Arrivals" is actually a bulleted list, but you can't tell because it's been stripped of HTML by the genesis_grid_loop.
I contacted support and Jennifer said this:
Thanks for your question. The grid loop uses a content limit function which strips tags from the content.
This snippet may help you add some additional allowed tags: http://daan.kortenba.ch/add-tags-to-genesis-content-limit-in-content-archives/
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I went to http://daan.kortenba.ch/add-tags-to-genesis-content-limit-in-content-archives/ and there is code there - a function - that supposedly stops the grid loop from stripping certain HTML tags.
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Where do I put this code? I tried home.php. I tried functions.php. Inside the grid_loop, outside the grid_loop ... nothing. I don't see how that code integrates with the genesis_grid_loop so it knows to leave those html tags alone, but I would just like it to work.
If anyone knows how to make the genesis_grid_loop stop stripping HTML tags, please tell me - I'd be eternally grateful!
Please copy the code from the view raw link and paste it at the end of your child themes functions.php file using a text6 editor like Notepad++.
I have added the HTML tags for ordered and unordered lists so it shouldn't strip these out now. Tested and works beautifully!
Thanks Brad! Works perfectly ... much appreciated!
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