> This is probably not the best solution either, for much the same reason as
> nl2br() - it screws up layouts because <P> should always be accompanied by </P>.
> Yes, yes, the HTML spec says (or used to say, actually) that a closing <P> tag
> isn't required, but tell that to the browsers.
It's not required, but that doesn't mean it can't change behaviour :-)
> If you want to do it this way,
> it's probably best to replace with "<br><br>".
..or how about "</p> <p>", and then prefix "<p>", suffix "</p>" to the entire
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