Well, not to me personally, but to the mouse-over panel that pops up in the rightmost Planet Lotus column.
I really like Planet Lotus, it’s an enormously valuable asset for the Lotus community!
For example, a recent post of mine in Notes Tone Unturned shows up like this:
The yellow/green/blue highlights demonstrate the sort of HTML code snippets that always appear in the pop-ups for my Planet Lotus entries (but not, as far as I can ascertain, for anybody else’s).
In this particular case, we see HTML elements such as “p” and “br” and “title” and also “hrefhttps:www.makuseof.com” coalesced with “tag”
Even when the pop-up contains plain text, the very first character in the popup panel (on the line just underneath my name) is always an extraneous letter or special character of some sort.
As background info, my blogging host is Google’s Blogger.com (which should be kosher).
On the creation/submission side, I nearly always use Microsoft’s Windows Live Writer to compose the posts offline (a much faster/easier way to create and update posts than using the Blogger.com online native editor).
So my question for Yancy Lent (or anybody else supporting Planet Lotus) is: Why are not such HTML elements correctly stripped out from my entries?