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Text colour works in edit preview but not in saved post

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I entered the following markdown into an answer I posted recently:

### ImageMagick
> <p style="color:red">An error occurred while installing rmagick (4.2.6), and Bundler cannot continue.</p>

I wasn't sure if the red colour would work, but I tried it to find out.

In the edit preview, it looked like this:

Preview text with red colour showing

However, after pressing save the rendered answer looked like this:

Rendered text after pressing save with no red colour showing

I don't mind whether Codidact posts support setting the colour of text or not, but it would be useful to have consistent behaviour between the preview and the saved post.

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Is there a renderer that can serve both purposes? (2 comments)

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