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Topic # 106761 31-Jul-2012 13:05
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When using the editor to create links the formatting is normal.

When using the url tag to create links the formatting is strong.

The strong formatting gives inline links and links an emphasis which is not intended.

The strong formatting for url tags can be removed manually using the html editor.

Even so I would prefer it was not there by default.

Is it possible to remove it?

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  Reply # 664561 31-Jul-2012 13:20
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  Reply # 664604 31-Jul-2012 14:12
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This topic is linked from the "Friends" section on the Geekzone homepage... and the "strong" in the subject is making the rest of the homepage bold :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 664619 31-Jul-2012 14:28
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  Reply # 664640 31-Jul-2012 14:43
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  Reply # 664642 31-Jul-2012 14:46
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Did tag formatted links without the http like the above work before the change?


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  Reply # 664646 31-Jul-2012 14:50
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No. We respect what the user put in there. Garbage in, garbage out. If you want correct link, remember to add http:// to it.




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  Reply # 664652 31-Jul-2012 15:03
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Had to ask. Not sure if I noticed that before.

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  Reply # 664655 31-Jul-2012 15:07
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Behodar: This topic is linked from the "Friends" section on the Geekzone homepage... and the "strong" in the subject is making the rest of the homepage bold :)


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