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How can I have a link in a text element that contains an ampersand?Asked by ecm1987 on January 23, 2017 at 07:04 AM
I have an URL that ends with "&lang=e" .... in the preview of the form, the &lang part turns into some kind of bizarre character, looks a bit like an open parentheses ...
Your issue is caused by HTML encoding. On this page you can see that ⟨ refers to 〈 on HTML. That is why the link you provided is distorted on the HTML field. Please see what you should do to resolve this:
1. Open your HTML editor and click anywhere on your link. When the cursor is on your link click here on the editor:
2. This will trigger a small pop-up where the URL and text to display of your link is shown:
Please change both URL and Text to display entries with the following link which is the correct link you'd like to display on your form:
This should resolve the link being distorted on your form. I hope this helps. Please let us know if the issue still persists though.
Do contact us again if you need any further assistance.