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6/3/2013 2:26 PM
 
This problem is driving me crazy, 
Randomly, all by internal navigation links are getting extras characters after the page name - something like

     mysite.com/home.aspx#.UazeCl0o5hE

It's about 80 % of the time and I can't figure out any pattern.  The same if I'm logged in or not, same in all browsers,   DNN 6.2 
No errors in the event log.

Anyone ever seen this before?

John
 
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6/3/2013 4:25 PM
 
this seems to be related to the AddThis plugin, see this blog post for more background: http://technicalblogging.com/getting-...

Erik van Ballegoij, Former DNN Corp. Employee and DNN Expert

DNN Blog | Twitter: @erikvb | LinkedIn: Erik van Ballegoij on LinkedIn

 
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6/4/2013 11:18 AM
 
Erik - You are my hero!
That was the issue. Thank you so much.

John
 
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