My website on BlueHost was recently upgraded from CentOS 5 to CentOS 6. I have several Drupal 6 sites and just noticed that since the upgrade, when I use the Full HTML or PHP input format, the code is escaped. For example, when creating a block using input format Full HTML, when I enter this code:
After I save the block the code is automatically escaped to look like this:
<p><a href="/">Home</a> | <a href="/about-us">About Us</a> | <a href="/gallery">Gallery</a> | <a href="/contact">Contact Us</a></p>
This is happening in all my Drupal sites even though I haven't made any changes to the basic configuration. It did not happen prior to the upgrade. I've cleared my cache but this didn't have any effect. Is anyone else who has a Drupal site on BlueHost experiencing this problem? Perhaps the upgrade to CentOS 6 is only a coincidence, but that's the only recent change in my sites. I am using the most recent version of Drupal 6 (v. 6.25).
<p><a href=\"/\">Home</a> | <a href=\"/about-us\">About Us</a> | <a href=\"/gallery\">Gallery</a> | <a href=\"/contact\">Contact Us</a></p>
I have another Drupal site on a different host (not BlueHost) and this is not happening on that site.
Thanks for any insight you may be able to provide.