Sooo I just realized & nbsp ; (remove the spaces - I’m removing them to explain the issue) doesn’t work in Kirbytext, which is a problem because I need to be able to display these correctly for a French-language site.
Expected behavior vs actual behavior:
If I write “Bonjour& nbsp ;?” I should get “Bonjour ?” with the question mark “attached” to the “Bonjour” (it can’t get thrown to the next line, “Bonjour ?” behaves like a single word - quite like “Bonjour?” would).
Instead, I get “Bonjour ?” but the question mark may end up on the next line depending on how the text is being displayed (the question mark is its own word).
Upon inspection of the rendered html, it turned out the “& nbsp ;” symbol wasn’t present (whether it’s rendered by kirbytext() or html()). So I assume this is an issue of parsing?
Any clue as to how to circumvent this?