I have serious trouble editing my article <a href="http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/746051/Programming-the-Roma-Widget-Set-Csharp-X-a-zero">Programming the Roma Widget Set (C# X11) - a zero dependency GUI application framework - Part 3: Composite widgets</a>[<a href="http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/746051/Programming-the-Roma-Widget-Set-Csharp-X-a-zero" target="_blank" title="New Window">^</a>].
If i select 'view' on 'You have a new version in the works. Would you like to view or edit it?', the article overflows the page width - not in general but after the chapter 'XrwBox'.
If i select 'edit' on 'You have a new version in the works. Would you like to view or edit it?', the editor shows the table (New properties) of chapter 'XrwConstraint' but doesn't show any of the tables in subsequent chapters. Moreover the formatting gets completely corrupted (chapter 'XrwPropertyGrid' and subsequent chapters).
I'm not sure, if my tables create the problem or if my tables just make a problem visible. I use this kind of tables for a long time in codeproject articles.
You can 'Revert to last Published Version' of the article without any loss of data, if you need to retrace.
Thank you for your offer (to publish my HTML). At the moment it seems to be a really good attroach to edit the HTML outside the browser and to email you the result.
Simultaneously i'm working on another (yet very small) article: <a href="http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/816853/Writing-a-XAML-dialog-application-for-X">http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/816853/Writing-a-XAML-dialog-application-for-X</a>[<a href="http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/816853/Writing-a-XAML-dialog-application-for-X" target="_blank" title="New Window">^</a>]
This article neither includes tables nor any formatting that requires to change from WYSIWYG to HTML editor mode. Nevertheless i get the same trouble during PUBLISH.
If i send you the final HTML, i am afraid to be unable to do a final quality assurance of the articles. And because of the size of the articles i feel uncomfortable to ask you for this.
In the meantime my Firefox has updated to version 32.0.3 but the trouble is still present.
==> Can you recomment a browser to use? I tried MS-IE 10, but the WYSIWYG editor is randomly scrolling.
You wrote 'sometimes a server gets temporarily confused'.
==> Is it a good approach to use the browser's BACK button (to go back from the error page to the code procect article's editor page) and to retry PUBLISH?
Because your articles are so long I think it is paramount to make sure you have a local, updated copy. Work on them somewhere offline before posting.
FireFox should be working. Have you tried using Chrome?
Don't worry about sending me large articles. It seems you have a lot of unique formatting which I'm assuming you'd like to keep, so mostly I'd be going over looking for formatting that might cause the editor problems and forcefully pushing the article live.
Few days ago i made a post at Using PIVOT and JOIN together in sql server[^]
In this post i have used some image.PNG. At line editor it looks find, but when the post was been published/previewed the layout is missing the images and text alignment is also misplaced.