The following (anonymized) link doesn't work:
When clicking on the link nothing happens. Also no link is seen when doing mouse over.
My guess is that it is the # in the link that complicates things. As # is a delimiter character in this wiki. In other wikis I have worked with there have been sign to use to tell the wiki to not interpret the character as anything else than the character. For example the ~ sign. I have tried the ~ sign and search the documentation for any similar thing but haven’t found any.
Could anyone give me a hint of what to do?
I was able to reproduce the same problem that you have stated. I believe that this is a bug, thus why I took the liberty to raise a bug as you can see below:
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Looking at the link that you've provided above it may be that the URL is actually invalid. As you're probably aware the #, = and & characters have special meaning within a url. The # character represents a link to a fragement of a document and the =, & characters are used to indicate and seperate name value pairs within a URL.
The URL you've posted I would interpret as being a link to a page (http://fpt.companyname.se/main/) that contains a link with a name of "#location=backlog_item_list&filterString=&PDUs=Department" which seems strange. It might make more sense if the # was replaced by a ? as you'd then be accessing http://fpt.companyname.se/main/and supplying the following name/value pairs:
This may help with this issue. If you want to know more about urls in general then the following may be of interest:
I hope this helps.
Are those square brackets in the URL? I think Confluence chokes on those.
I tested adding incremental bits of that url to a link. I only failed ot be able to click the link after I added those.
Having #location in a URL can be perfectly valid depending on the type of app.
Two vulnerabilities have been published for Confluence Server and Data Center recently: March 20, 2019 CVE-2019-3395 / CVE-2019-3396 April 17, 2019 CVE-2019-3398 The goal of this article is...
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