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OriginalEXE says

Hey Net-Labs, you should not use above code because it affects 3rd party shortcodes as well.

Instead, use this: https://gist.github.com/bitfade/4555047

It’s TF approved and it only affects shortcodes you specify.

props to bitfade/pixelentity

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greenline says

Wow, removing autop is a sure way to make a few enemies. Unfortunately with removing the p tag, it also remove a lot of plugins ability to function properly.

I totally agree.

I think you should see point 9 on WordPress Theme Submission Requirements: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/472/85/wordpress-theme-submission-requirements

9. Modification of filters in wpautop is not allowed.
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Net-Labs says

Hey Net-Labs, you should not use above code because it affects 3rd party shortcodes as well.

Instead, use this: https://gist.github.com/bitfade/4555047

It’s TF approved and it only affects shortcodes you specify.

props to bitfade/pixelentity

Wow, this is the first solution that i see that have the idea of filtering for specific shortcodes, I’m keen to give it a try.

While the p’s is slowly driving be round the bend, i just do not want to do things that can break other stuff.

Thanks for the code

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