We have several content editors editing multiple websites and every now and then they will want to set a background colour on a block level element e.g. a paragraph or a header. If they highlight the entire block in design view and set a background colour, it will only set the colour on the text instead of the whole block. This is because the editor is wrapping the text in span tags, which is obviously an inline element, and adding the style to that.
As simple as it may be to fix this in HTML view, the content editors can't be expected to learn how to write HTML. So, is there any way to prevent these span tags from being inserted, as it is immensely annoying?
Thanks, Svetoslav. So basically there's no easy, non-technical way for Content Editors to be able to style the entire block, as opposed to just the text in the block? They would have to understand how to write HTML & CSS or ask us developers to do it for them?