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newsletter 10 Content links

xon
Grafter
Posts: 45
Registered: 31-07-2007

newsletter 10 Content links

Hi All,

Oops! It seems that each of the Contents links contained in newsletter 10 are returning

https://webmail.plus.net/images/blank.png

You guessed it correctly you get a blank page! Other links in the newsletter seem to be working ok.

If at first etc etc....

Regards
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Community Veteran
Posts: 1,850
Registered: 04-04-2007

newsletter 10 Content links

Hi there.

The content links should bring you to the relevant article in the newsletter. These were tested prior to sending and I am currently unable to replicate this internally.

Can you let me know what mail client you are using?

Additionally I'd love to hear from anyone esle experiencing this issue.

<<Edit>> Cancel the daft question. I can see you are using Webmail.

We'll investigate this further.
Community Veteran
Posts: 1,850
Registered: 04-04-2007

newsletter 10 Content links

Hi there.

We have replicated this and are currently investigating the cause of thsi issue.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
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newsletter 10 Content links

Hope you update your test scripts to include Webmail in future :lol:
Community Veteran
Posts: 1,850
Registered: 04-04-2007

newsletter 10 Content links

Ok we've identified the problem.

Squirrelmail doesn't like the # which is used in the anchor links. We are trying to identify a fix for future newsletters or failing that we'll simply have to remove the anchor links for future editions.
xon
Grafter
Posts: 45
Registered: 31-07-2007

newsletter 10 Content links

Thanks for your efforts to sort this out.

It is odd that the other hyper links in the newsletter, with the notable exception of http://invalid-stuff-detected.example.com,all work well and point to a variety of different web locations but the properties of the Contents hyper links are not working correctly because their properties point at:-

https://webmail.plus.net/images/blank.png

Almost like >/dev/null

However Plusnet are undoubtedly in the best position to judge how to fix their own issues.

Regards