The rules cannot be different for different articles or editorsI have personally taken up these types of spacing issues with the LE a couple of times but it seems nothing has improved so far. One article was kept on pending for some reasons and then again it is kept on pending for some other reasons which are quite confusing to me. The link to the article which is pending is https://www.indiastudychannel.com/resources/180586-xlri-virtual-interactive-learning-vil-edp-programs and the confusing two reasons are quoted here. "the word 'duration' for example, should appear right after the closing of the h3 tag of the heading. It is suggested to remove all the underline tags. Excessive ones make the article look shabby."
I am still unable to understand this spacing issue properly in this case. I always start a paragraph just after the closing tag of a heading but since this is specific information used inside the underline tag I started it in a different line. For example, look into this article in the link https://www.indiastudychannel.com/resources/180558-rama-university-medical-paramedical-dental-and-nursing-courses-admissions
where the list of the courses mentioned below the heading "Courses offered by the Faculty of Dental Sciences" started from the next line and not just after the closing tag of the heading. Why it was not objected to or pointed out at that time? Please clarify.
Why it is suggested to remove the underline tags here? I can give you the links to a couple of articles where I used a lot of underline tags and nobody pointed it out to me or kept the article pending. Even in one of the articles, the editor changed the bold tags to underline tags during editing but never kept it pending. Please look into the below articles that have a lot of underline tags in them and please tell me why it was not informed/kept pending because of this issue.
The rules cannot be separate for separate articles or editors and there must be clarity. One editor will not say anything and the other will keep on objecting cannot be continued for long.
I hope I am quite clear about the issues.