Originally Posted by DiapDealer
Turning off HtmlTidy will help in many instances, but you can't completely stop it from ever "helping." I know I don't like it when it sometimes consolidates/stacks/creates CSS classes.
I've never had it do that, myself. I most often see stuff like that in ePubs that were automatically converted from a different format.
Thanks! I didn't even realise HtmlTidy was turned on. I'd be very happy if Sigil was just a little less "helpful."
Most of the <span></span> were introduced (I believe) by the original conversion process, but I also had this happening in files that I had previously "cleaned" up. Turning off HtmlTidy seems to be preventing this. *fingers crossed*