This new editor promotes the use of structured HTML.
When adding content using an FTI part, the WYSIWYG editor will automatically generate the source code based on proper HTML structure:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> </head> <body> </body> </html>
In order to add a script using an FTI part, it must be added between the "<head> </head>" tags while directly editing the Source:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <script>SCRIPTS MUST BE PLACED BETWEEN THE HEAD TAGS</script> </head> <body> HTML and CSS CAN BE PLACED HERE IF YOU ARE DIRECTLY EDITING THE SOURCE </body> </html>
If the "<script> </script>" tags are not added between the "<head> </head>" tags, the scripts will be removed from the FTI part upon saving.
Alternatively, scripts can be added to an Unformatted Text part that can be placed on the page separately and will not modify the HTML structure or remove the script references.
NOTE: Unformatted text parts do not have an editor. All formatting must be done directly in the code.