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I'm using the last update of Wordpress and I'm not using Tiny MCE.

I found many posts about it, but each time it was a bug from a previous version (closed) or linked to Tiny MCE.

I modify my pages only in HTML because I'm using complicated CSS and DIVs.

Each time I update my code lots of $nbsp; are added everywhere even if I remove every spaces between my tags and even at the begining. Here is an example :

before (it's the beginning of the page, there's no space or line before <aside>):

<aside class="alignleft" style="width: 375px;">[...]</aside><section>[...]



<aside class="alignleft" style="width: 375px;">[...]</aside>



And next update each &nbsp; is duplicated, and next ones again (2,4,8,16...)

I tried to add this to function.php, and it didn't work:

remove_filter( 'the_content', 'wpautop' ); remove_filter( 'the_excerpt', 'wpautop' );
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closed as too localized by toscho Jun 17 '12 at 15:43

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The latest update is out today: wordpress 3.4 and this bug is corrected!

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