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`dir=rtl` and inline HTML CSS styling aren't working (quite urgent)

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dir=rtl and inline HTML CSS styling, which I need to properly format my following post on Software Development Codidact, aren't working;

The source code preview of the post doesn't correctly match the final output of the post:


Without proper formatting (especially dir="rtl" att-val) readers might significantly misunderstand me there).

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From what I can see, supporting the [dir] attribute can be safely done. However, we cannot support the [style] attribute for security reasons.

CSS allows you to do a lot of things, many of those being a possible security or exploit risk. Even simple things like background images could be used to collect sensitive data without the knowledge of the users (tracking pixels).

I'll file an issue for the [dir] attribute, though, so that we can look into allowing it.

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