Sorry to bother you, but is CP working for you? I can’t get there or to RootAdmin, so I’m guessing it is a down
If so, that could be a bugger – I might have to talk to the wife!
It's fine for me, but there is no UK activity which is odd even for a bank holiday.
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I've experienced a problem with the tags that appear immediately below the title, author's name and date.
The problem is that these tags no longer link back to an updated search - using the clicked tag as a filter.
I have experienced this behaviour with both with very recent articles 5 May 2012 and extending back to some articles in 2006.
As an example: If I goto this[^] article and click the COM tag, all I get is a browser with "/tags/COM" in the address bar and the usual "Oops! Google Chrome could not find tags
Did you mean tags.com" kind of message.
Having a closer look with the "Inspect Element" option of Chrome, I see that the html that represents the link is
<a rel="tag" href="//Tags/COM">COM</a>
It seems that an extra slash has been added to the head of the link -
If the link is rewritten with just one slash at the start rather than 2, the tag works again.
Yes - I was hoping to have a release out yesterday to fix this but the next release is a major one and needs more testing. I'm going to finish up testing today and tomorrow and get the release done tomorrow afternoon to get this sorted.
Just added a comment to a Q&A solution. Refreshed the page and it didn't appear so I did it again and then the first one appeared. I deleted the second one (which was still there after a refresh) Not a big deal, I suppose but I still got a rep point for each comment. Will the second point (quite rightly) be removed or is this a 'feature'?
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