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Wiki articles not picking up links

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Dec 2015
3:43pm, 30 Dec 2015
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icemaiden
Hello - I'm setting up a new wiki for the 2016 swim the length of the Thames challenge and it isn't making links properly.

Wiki - http://www.fetcheveryone.com/article-view.php?id=531
Link either bit.ly or docs.google.com

What am I doing wrong?
Ted
Dec 2015
4:05pm, 30 Dec 2015
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Ted
Are you doing anything wrong? They seem fine to me.
Dec 2015
4:07pm, 30 Dec 2015
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Badger
Apart from the link to the spreadsheet in the summary right at the top. Maybe that bit doesn't support linking?
Dec 2015
4:30pm, 30 Dec 2015
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icemaiden
The linkys work here, but not in the wiki.
Dec 2015
4:31pm, 30 Dec 2015
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icemaiden
The linkys worked for the 2015 edition, so should do for the 2016. I'm just copying and pasting.
Dec 2015
4:51pm, 30 Dec 2015
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Badger
The links in the body of the article are fine, just not in the summary. I looked at your 2015 edition, and the spreadsheet links there are at the top of the article, not in the summary; there's a link to Diabetes UK in the summary, and that's just text, not a proper link. I think you want to stick those links in Article, not Summary.
Dec 2015
5:01pm, 30 Dec 2015
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icemaiden
Thanks, I've done that it's fine. Probably happened last year too and I couldn't figure it then.
Dec 2015
5:53pm, 30 Dec 2015
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Badger
You should write an article about that while you're at it :)

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