Not all articles need code in them. I have a few without code, and it doesn't make them any less worthwhile. As long as the articles are comprehensive and easy to follow, I reckon you'll have a pretty captive audience, and I would love to see it.
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I'm writing my very first article on this site, and having trouble with editing/writing properly, becouse every time I hit enter key it afects on first row of text (in this case the Introduction title).
I'm using opera browser, tried with IE with same results. Is there something I'm doing incorrectly?
Do you have a link to your article? Please send me the HTML of the original article as well and I'd be happy to take care of it.
Generally speaking though, if you're going to hit the Enter key it is better to do so in the HTML side of the WYSIWYG button, as in the preview pane things can get funky (it's adding an <br /> to the underbelly, and pending what part you're editing, that might get funky).