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Link error in HCI chapter #410

JonRodtang opened this issue Mar 28, 2017 · 1 comment

Link error in HCI chapter #410

JonRodtang opened this issue Mar 28, 2017 · 1 comment


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@JonRodtang JonRodtang commented Mar 28, 2017


There is some error with the HTML making some links display the tags and not emmbeding them in text "<a href=''s_law'>Fitts's law ".
It can be found in "4.5. The whole story!".


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@DrCuriosity DrCuriosity commented Mar 28, 2017

Good catch, Jon. Looking at S4.5, it seems the problem is that the apostrophes in the Wikipedia URLs are interfering with the single quotes being used in the <a href='...'> tags when the Markdown source file is rendered.

A quick fix would be to escape the apostrophe characters, like so:

@JackMorganNZ JackMorganNZ modified the milestone: v2.10.0 - 'Kea' Aug 30, 2017
@JackMorganNZ JackMorganNZ self-assigned this Aug 31, 2017
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