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June 24, 2013 at 1:03 pm #25229
UPDATE: I turned off plugins one at a time and found that Yoast’s Google Analytics plugin is the culprit. I reproduced the bug on a clean install of wordpress and enfold as well. Due to the fact that many people are using this plugin, can a solution be found to correct this? Note that this bug ONLY happens if you use a mailto link for the title link field: a link to a webpage is fine
I am getting a strange effect when I try to add links in an iconbox, the parsing goes strange.
I have this (note I replaced some of the <> with  so that the code displays without linking):
[av_icon_box icon='59' position='top' title='Need Support?' link='manually,mailto:support@MYSITE.com' linktarget='no']
Please visit our [a href="http://MYSITE.com/support/"]FAQ[/a] if you have not already done so. Else, please contact us at [a href="mailto:support@MYSITE.com"]support@MYSITE.com[/a] or 1.800.555.8697.
and on the website, the code looks like this:
<div class="iconbox_icon heading-color avia-font-entypo-fontello"></div>
[a "="" support="" MYSITE.com="" http:="" href="mailto:support@MYSITE.com' title='Need Support?' ]Need Support?[/a]</h3><p>Please visit our [a href="]FAQ[/a]
if you have not already done so. Else, please contact us at
[a “=”” support=”” MYSITE.com=”” http:=”” href=”mailto:support@MYSITE.com’ title=’Need Support?’ ]Need Support?[/a]
is really weird.June 25, 2013 at 2:48 pm #126163
I’ll tag the topic for Kriesi to take a look at as its ultimately up to him to add in support for other third party plugins.
DevinJune 25, 2013 at 5:23 pm #126164
I think currently the only choice is contact the plugin author and ask for any guidance…June 26, 2013 at 1:20 pm #126165
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