In order to add links to hubs, I must go to the HTML edit mode. Otherwise, when I add links, the link is incorrect.
The link that is "added" to the hub is:
I just tried a test if this using Chrome, since I know you are using Chrome too. I highlighted some text, clicked the insert link icon, and added a link to my profile just as a test. It worked normally without adding those extra characters that you have.
Did I understand the problem you are having correctly?
I wasn't able to replicate it either, so it appears to be a browser-specific bug. Could you share the browser, platform, and version you're using, melbel?
You know, it's Chrome. I've been having a TON of HubPages related issues with it lately and you know what, I can almost guarantee it's a plugin I have.
Chrome 19.0.1084.52 m, Windows Server 2003
Edit: It was that bloody addon. Disregard.
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