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james_8970

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how'd you find a solution....i thought it was automatic :blink: You are too smart....rub a little of it onto me :help:
:whistling: when did we get this guy?!
James
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Metallica

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It's a trick that is often used between people that exchange links to malware.

You put a part of a URL in italics that makes it unclickable but everybody can copy & paste it.
(Avoids accidents) :whistling:

example: http://metallica.geekstogo.com/

The server no longer sees it as one piece because of the [i] code and treats it as normal text.
Where it would normally apply the space between java and script or make a url clickable.
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