For example if I try to link like this:


It looks like this:

But if I try this:


It ends up jumbled:
the way it will look


It seems as I have broken the html.

This should be fixed if people want to be able to have > in their alt tags

Other fun with the :

![image><h1>how is this possible?</h1><a href="#">Weird</a>, don'tcha think?<a ][4]

second error

  • since you also tagged this "support": The workaround is &gt; – balpha Dec 8 '11 at 18:26
  • @balpha haha true true. but the issue with > is still present :-) – Naftali aka Neal Dec 8 '11 at 18:26
  • @balpha see update. an issue with any direction you put those brackets. you can put full html in there! – Naftali aka Neal Dec 8 '11 at 18:31
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    How is that different? That's the same thing. The HTML sanitizer eats everything between opening and closing angle brackets that doesn't look valid. And an img tag that ends in the middle of the alt attrbute certainly doesn't :) – balpha Dec 8 '11 at 18:35

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