Most users wouldn't put the anchor tags in a link. And they probably
shouldn't as twitter does the equivalent of a php htmlspecialchars on
posts. But if you look at your home page twitter renders urls as links
even if you just pasted a url into a post.

Is it really necessary to parse posts to detect urls and wrap anchor
tags around them? I don't think this problem is specific to /users/

On Jun 16, 9:59 pm, Bernd Stramm <> wrote:
> On Tue, 15 Jun 2010 23:26:41 -0700 (PDT)
> Rudiger <> wrote:
> > I should probably clarify that the urls aren't stripped, just the
> > anchor tags surrounding them. Anyone else have this problem?
> Are you sure the anchor tags were there in the first place?
> Many posts simply have text that says "";.
> --
> Bernd Stramm
> <>

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