I´m having a problem that´s giving me TONS of headaches. When I write my posts on my wordpress office, I like to leave spaces between each paragraph. It gives a better look to the articles in my opinion. Tons of blocks of text with no "air to breath" for the eyes seem ugly to me. So I leave the spaces like this (screenshot):
So fine so good. The big problem is: once I publish the article and the content goes live, if I want to go back to edit ANYTHING from the article (and by anything I mean it could be just editing the title or the category), the editor takes off the spaces between the paragraphs. This image shows how the text in the previous screenshot would look like if I would go back to edit it once it´s published:
As you can see all the work I did with the spaces is gone (although unless I hit the "update" button it won´t affect the actual published article). Now, that screenshot shows only three paragraphs but in the case of a whole 1000 word article with tons of paragraphs AND PICTURES it´s a total pain in the a... Because as usually happens, one finds little details to change once the article is published (or maybe a couple of days later), so I´m finding myself having to do the spaces thing over and over and over. Granted, it doesn´t look like too much time, but believe me, it does add up when you´re constantly revising every single article you have written. I have wasted already HOURS of my time due to this issue. My website is still in a baby phase so I´m playing a lot with minor details regarding design, such as colors of titles or headlines within the articles, so I have to constantly go back to edit the articles after publishing them.
Is this problem a common thing? And do you know of any solution for this?
I appreciate your help!