I wanted to write an article - spent most of the day working at it.
But for some reason it always complains that h gets opened within url and that'd be illegal. Yes, I've checked everything for proper closing tags. I am really out of ideas. have traced it to a link which causes the problem, but why I have no clue. Suggestions? Can someone else maybe read the post and check whether I made a mistake? You often overlook your own mistakes...
#2 (edited by CAE_Jones 2018-10-01 03:04:17)
If you have
[h], you need a matching [/h]. What it sounds like is that you have a link that goes something like [http://myli.nk], which should be [url=http://myli.nk]my link[/url]. I assume you already searched for [h, and that's how you found that it was a link, but if not, ctrl f [h .
If the url itself contains brackets, replace them with the escape codes. I don't remember them off the top of my head, but it's % followed by the hex value of the character. Ex, space would be %20. It would be odd indeed if a sight requires brackets and not the escape sequence.