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 I tried to use pl_modal as shown below in a textbox. It worked but with a small problem. It lives a space (<p>) between "Alfred Vanderbilt’s", which I use as a modal label, and "grandson" which is outside modal. I tried to find a solution to your forum but I didn't find anything relevant. I would like to ask if there is any solution for that. I also tried [pl_raw] which eliminates <p> but nothing happened.

 

The site is running on a test server.

http://nima.poweredbyclear.com/lusitaniarex/?page_id=65

 

 

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[pl_modal title="Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt I"  label="Alfred Vanderbilt’s"]<img src="<myimagesource>"><p>Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, Sr. (October 20, 1877 – May 7, 1915) was an extremely wealthy sportsman and a member of the famous Vanderbilt family of philanthropists. He died on the RMS Lusitania.On May 1, 1915, Alfred Vanderbilt boarded the RMS Lusitania bound for Liverpool as a first class passenger. It was a business trip, and he traveled with only his valet, leaving his family at home in New York. On May 7 off the coast of County Cork, Ireland, the German U-boat, U-20 torpedoed the ship, triggering a secondary explosion that sank the giant ocean liner within 18 minutes. Vanderbilt and his valet, Ronald Denyer, helped others into lifeboats, and then Vanderbilt gave his lifejacket to save a female passenger. Vanderbilt had promised the young mother of a small baby that he would locate an extra life vest for her. Failing to do so, he offered her his own life vest, which he proceeded to even tie on to her himself since she was holding her infant child in her arms at the time. Many consider his actions to be very brave and gallant since he could not swim, he knew that there were no other life vests or lifeboats available, and yet he still gave away his only chance to survive to the young mother and child.[/pl_modal]grandson and the Duke of Marlborough have shared with him original material and anecdotes about their grandparents that are reflected in the story.

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Please could you take a screen shot of the screen with the full text so we can try and recreated this for you - or alternatively paste in the full text of the page and we will look at this for you. 

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Thank you very much for your help and support.!!

 

Find below the code inside "Text Content" of "Media Box"

 

Greg has always loved history and was drawn to the tale of the Lusitania because he was fascinated by the cataclysm of elegant Edwardian society caused by the brutal warfare the industrial success of that society made possible.  His passion for research and discovery has led him to visit the numerous historical sites that appear in the book.<p>Greg currently lives in London and has spent his career in investment banking and asset management between New York and London.  Greg wrote LUSITANIA R.E.X while founding and developing his own investment management firm.  He is originally from Colorado and returns regularly to visit family and friends and enjoy the Rocky Mountains. <p>Greg studied history as an undergraduate at Williams College in Massachusetts as well as the University of Durham, England.  He attended the School of Management at Yale University where he lived one block from The Tomb of [pl_modal title="Skull and Bones"  label="Skull and Bones"]
<img src="http://nima.poweredbyclear.com/lusitaniarex/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/skull_n_bones.png"><p>Skull and Bones is an undergraduate senior secret society at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. It is the oldest senior class landed society at Yale. The society's alumni organization, the Russell Trust Association, owns the society's real estate and oversees the organization. The society is known informally as "Bones", and members are known as "Bonesmen".
[/pl_modal]<p>Greg has been fortunate to develop a relationship with the descendants of the some of the main characters in the book.  [pl_modal title="Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt I"  label="Alfred Vanderbilt’s"]<img src="http://nima.poweredbyclear.com/lusitaniarex/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/220px-Alfred_Vanderbilt.png"><p>Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, Sr. (October 20, 1877 – May 7, 1915) was an extremely wealthy sportsman and a member of the famous Vanderbilt family of philanthropists. He died on the RMS Lusitania.On May 1, 1915, Alfred Vanderbilt boarded the RMS Lusitania bound for Liverpool as a first class passenger. It was a business trip, and he traveled with only his valet, leaving his family at home in New York. On May 7 off the coast of County Cork, Ireland, the German U-boat, U-20 torpedoed the ship, triggering a secondary explosion that sank the giant ocean liner within 18 minutes. Vanderbilt and his valet, Ronald Denyer, helped others into lifeboats, and then Vanderbilt gave his lifejacket to save a female passenger. Vanderbilt had promised the young mother of a small baby that he would locate an extra life vest for her. Failing to do so, he offered her his own life vest, which he proceeded to even tie on to her himself since she was holding her infant child in her arms at the time. Many consider his actions to be very brave and gallant since he could not swim, he knew that there were no other life vests or lifeboats available, and yet he still gave away his only chance to survive to the young mother and child.[/pl_modal]grandson and the Duke of Marlborough have shared with him original material and anecdotes about their grandparents that are reflected in the story.

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This screenshot is from admin panel

[attachment=2083:DMS_Admin_Panel.jpg]

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[attachment=2084:site_preview_with_problem.jpg]

This preview shows the problem with the <p>...

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Yeah i tried that and it didn't work. 

 

Have you tried stripping any formatting from your text using a programme or service such as http://www.zubrag.com/tools/html-tags-stripper.php

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The <p> that you mentioned above is for the modal text content (leaves space below modal picture). I tried and as you noticed it didn't work. I' ll try the second solution you provided and I' ll let you know. Thank you very much again.

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