When using truncation, I understand that the editor strips out HTML to stop there being problems with formatting should a tag get broken during truncation. However, this has a major downside where the truncated text consists of 2 or more paragraphs. You end up with one tun on sentence that is just ugly and not always nice to read.
I understand the why it's done, but we're using computers and code! Surely you can write the code to truncate at [xx] characters except where there's a tag and then include/exclude the tag in the truncation (depending on whether it's an opening or closing tag.
Both the entries on this page suffer from this problem - https://www.norcalpulse.com/redding/blog
- the blog is set to use the built-in editor, not JCE.