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Not sure if you want to use a plugin or not but you could strip out anything you don't want using Hacksaw: http://devot-ee.com/add-ons/hacksaw Something like this might do it for you: {exp:eehive_hacksaw allow="<strong><br />"} <strong>{facilities:title}</strong><br /> {facilities:facility_street_address}<br /&...


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This is set on per-channel basis, not per-field. Go to Admin -> Channel Administration -> Channels, click "Edit Preferences" next to your channel and set "Automatically turn URLs and email addresses into links?" to "No".


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You should be able to do this by changing the expected content of your field from a number/integer to "any" which is basically a string and so will not be treated as a number.


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Do you have 'Automatically turn URLs and email addresses into links?' set to 'no' in the channel's preferences?


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You can try to install MX Universal Editor, but I can't guarantee anything about this. http://wiseupstudio.com/expressionengine/mx-universal-editor.html


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It sounds like you would do best to make use of a WYSIWYG Field Type addon. There are several. I think the ones that get the most use are Wygwam, Expresso, and Wyvern. https://devot-ee.com/add-ons/wygwam https://devot-ee.com/add-ons/expresso https://devot-ee.com/add-ons/wyvern They are all built on top of CKEditor. This field will allow content editors ...


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Okay, it turns out it’s a bug that manifests when using the RTE in Safari. Switching to Chrome gets rid of the problem (though I'm not 100% sanguine about telling clients that they need to avoid a specific browser if they want to be able to use soft returns).


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