I'm using a blog hosted at wordpress and for really long posts, I'm trying to add a "cut-the-crap" link to something else in the page.
Now for plain html, I know you can do it with this:
<p>Blah blah blah, this is going to be a long post so you can <a href="#endcrap">skip the crap</a> and avoid a lot of... ... ... *very long text here* ... ... <span id="endcrap">Still reading? Good.</span> blah blah blah again.
However, when I try to save the post, wordpress strips the
id="endcrap" attributes in my posts. I've 'googled' this already and even in the wordpress forums, all the tutorials are on how to add a link to another post or a link off-site.
Since the blog is hosted at wordpress, I can't change the template so no php hacks allowed. =(
I'm hope someone can help me with this. Thanks!