Perhaps if you added the protocol part of the URL (http://)? Without
it, client programs cannot know that it is even a URL, unless it is
something like the address bar of a web browser, where it is assumed to be
a URL, and http:// is the default protocol if not specified.

Being a bit old-fashioned, I always put the http:// on URLs, even
though convention has come to leave it assumed. When I mention a bare
web address, it usually is _not_ a URL.

On Sat, Apr 19, 2008 at 06:24:31PM +0100, Alastair Malcolm wrote:
> Apologies - still some technical problem (it worked when I tested it out). If 
> anyone's interested in the ref it's best to edit the URL line or retype.
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Alastair Malcolm 
>   Sent: Saturday, April 19, 2008 6:06 PM
>   Subject: Re: 'White Rabbit' solution summary (+ simplicity explanation)
>   One of my references did not 'HTMLize' properly for some reason. This one 
> should:
> > 


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