Right-To-Left And Hebrew Content On Template-Based Platform

A good example for using the following directive, in on WordPress-based platforms,
where, in order to preserve the user-format, a post-processing of the textual content will be applied,
* even if you’re working on “Text” mode instead of “Visual”, the main issue is breaking the content by “\n” (NEWLINE) and then wrapping each line with <p> element. So there is no-such a thing as “Plain Text”, that is- unless you pre-wrap everything you want to keep, with something like this: <pre>......this will stay the same....</pre>

<style>
[dir="RTL"], [dir="RTL"] > *{
  direction:     rtl;
  text-align:    right;
  unicode-bidi:  bidi-override;
}
</style>
<pre lang="he-IL" language="Hebrew" dir="RTL" charset="UTF-8">

</pre>

– You might need to add !important directive,
if your rules are being overridden by later rules,
– On some cases, even use an inline-style.