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i am new to umbraco.
i would write code like
<a href="#"> <div class="control_third"> <div class="text"> <p> ISO 14001 and <br /> 9001 Assessment <br /> & Compliance <br /> Support</p>
The problem you're going to face with this is that your syntax isn't valid - you're trying to nest block level elements (divs and paragraphs) inside inline elements, which isn't good HTML.
The WYSIWYG editor tries (as best it can) to ensure that the code it produces is valid, so doing something like the above will cause it to strip out tags in an effort to make your HTML conform to standards.
There are ways to make TinyMCE (the system behind the WYSIWYG editor) less strict e.g. see http://our.umbraco.org/wiki/how-tos/customizing-the-wysiwyg-rich-text-editor-(tinymce)/allow-any-markup-in-the-tinymce-editor but you're really best trying to tackle this properly and re-format your HTML.
Hope this helps.
Add the following line to tinyMceConfig.config in the <customConfig> section:
More information: https://www.tinymce.com/docs/configure/content-filtering/#valid_children
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