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Merge pull request #1800 from NuGet/jeffhandley/1799-fix-link-text

Fixes #1799 by updating the contact support link
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2 parents c2ff710 + 0736327 commit 0ed1eb0d7ffff6611f444a30c7d23003b6a542bc @anurse anurse committed Jan 30, 2014
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  1. +4 −4 src/NuGetGallery/Views/Packages/Delete.cshtml
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
Our policy is to only permanently delete NuGet packages that really need it, such as
packages that contain passwords, malicious/harmful code, etc. This policy is very similar
to the policies employed by other package managers such as
- <a href="http://help.rubygems.org/kb/gemcutter/removing-a-published-rubygem" title="">Ruby Gems</a>.</p>
+ <a href="http://help.rubygems.org/kb/gemcutter/removing-a-published-rubygem">Ruby Gems</a>.</p>
<p>
Unlisting the package will remove the package from
being available in the NuGet. The package is still available for download as a dependency for
@@ -59,9 +59,9 @@
</li>
</ul>
<p>
- If you need the package permanently removed, click on the <a href="@Url.Action(MVC.Packages.ReportAbuse(Model.Id, Model.Version))" title="Report Abuse">Report Abuse</a> link and we'll take care
+ If you need the package permanently removed, click on the <a href="@Url.Action(MVC.Packages.ReportAbuse(Model.Id, Model.Version))" title="Contact Support">Contact Support</a> link and we'll take care
of it for you. PLEASE ONLY DO THIS IF THERE IS AN URGENT PROBLEM WITH THE PACKAGE.
- (Passwords, malicious code, etc). Even if you remove it, it&#8217;s prudent to immediately
+ (Passwords, malicious code, etc). Even if you remove it, it's prudent to immediately
reset any passwords/sensitive data you accidentally pushed instead of waiting for us to delete
the package.
-</p>
+</p>

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