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posting in community

JulieL34
Super Participant

posting in community

For some reason, recently, when I try to post to the community, every message is being rejected due to "html content"--but I have used not code. I get a message: Your post has been changed because invalid HTML was found in the message body. The invalid HTML has been removed. Please review the message and submit the message when you are satisfied."

What is going on? The only change I see when the program tells me it has removed the HTML, is at the bottom of the message there is this an x followed by an x in parentheses. I presume that is supposed to reference the removed html code but there really is nothing there that I can see. And like in the interface, I can't look at the source code to guess what your bot may be seeing and rejecting.

 

In a twitter DM I was advised to switch browsers. I don't know if that is just a stock answer or if they really "broke" something in forms capability in FF89. Anyone else have this problem? I'm now trying to post from Chrome.

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Zoe_H
Employee

Hello @JulieL34,

 

Thank you for reaching out to the Community! It looks like posting was able to be achieved from a different browser. You may need to clear your cache and cookies in the past browser or continue to post from this one. This could also be caused by copying and pasting questions into the Community post. 


Zoe H.
Community & Social Media Support

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