The case Charlie had was regarding preserving, or more accurately, utilizing a default font for the text produced by RadEditor. This can be done by inline CSS styles and a wrapper DOM element that lets the child elements (the content) to have a predefined font.
If I understand correctly, your case is rather related to tag formatting, e.g., H1, H2, P, SPAN, UL and so on. This is no matter of and RadEditor should preserve this formatting without any problems. That said, with the information provided I can only guess what the problem might be and I will need more details in order to examine this behavior.
As this thread is old and addresses too many unrelated issues, I suggest you to open a new forum thread or sent an official support ticket to us with more details about:
- The HTML produced by RadEditor;
- The way you get the HTML content;
- What is the HTML you expect to see in the code behind and the actual one.
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