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Old 10-08-2012, 11:35 PM   #1
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Exclamation common news recipe for blogger type of feeds?

I tend to fetch news feeds from blogspot sites. I've noticed most of the time that the text isn't formatted correctly.

For example:
  • BOLD words are separated from a sentence and paragraph.
  • Italicized words are separated from a sentence and paragraph.
  • And also Links are separated from a sentence and paragraph.

see my paragraph example below.

Correct:

I went to the park yesterday, and I saw a cat chase a dog. Then I sat next to my favorite tree and read my favorite book on my new Kindle. I stay there until it's dark, then I go home.


Incorrect: - the way it appears on my kindle from calibre.

I went to the park

yesterday

, and I saw a

cat

chase a dog. Then I sat next to my favorite

tree

and read my favorite book on my new Kindle. I stay there until it's dark, then I go home.


I am hoping to learn if there is a common recipe format that I can use to fix my issue.
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