You beat me to it, Scott!
I didn't realize it was copied formatting, I havn't studies the buttons very closely yet on the text-area editor! But now I see!
Well This WAS what I was about to enter:
All that I'm suggesting is something to compartmentalize the whole code section, akin to the following (but this is very raw and crude, I'm not fluent in the specifics e.g. measurements, for instance, needed for Q2A, so I just used basic values like 90% for the width - avoiding 100% as to not prevent a longer-line of code from being scrolled to all the way to the end! And I think a div tag wrapper around the <p>...</p> would be a better sol'n for this style-info than a paragraph tag, I'm not sure about how different browsers might handle it or what other consequences it might have, I've just always tended to use div tags for this type of thing!) But, in any event:
margin: 5px 5px 5px 5px;
padding: 5px 5px 5px 5px;
border: 1px solid #ccccff;
Try C/P-ing it directly into the <p> tag that has all the code "spans" in it, in the linked page that displays the bug:
style="overflow-x:auto; width:90%; border:1px solid #ccccff; background-color:#fcfcff; margin:5px 5px 5px 5px; padding:5px 5px 5px 5px;"