I am still finding broken links just about everywhere. I kept trying to bring up JVN’s calculator but every link says “not found.” I know the update for a new site like this takes a long time. Do we have an update when this might be fixed?
Which links are you clicking, can you provide some examples?
I’ve got a few CD Media images and papers to fix – plan on doing that tonight, since I didn’t get a chance yesterday:
from what I can see anything in this format is broken.
Ah, it works if you open in a new browser window/tab. There’s a feature/bug in Discourse that prevents internal use of the redirects I used to preserve old links.
Bumping this, threads with “langid=” and “highlight=” break when coming both externally and internally.
@Brandon_Martus FYI I found another broken link when reading an old thread. This link:
from this comment
is broken. The correct link is to this thread.
Bringing this back to life, someone else found a broken link.
Anotha one: https://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/showthread.php?t=38737&page=2
It should lead to here: Drive-train shaft size
The &page=2 is what kills it.
I’ve updated the pattern to match that …
I’ve updated a few, and am searching around for a few others.
(Please send me links to the posts where you find bad links, not the actual link, so I can fix the source.)
In Team Update 11, looks like the link https://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1667314&postcount=152 should point to Do LRIs wield too much absolute authority?.
It does if you open in a new browser tab/window, but I’ve fixed it either way.
Are all links supposed to be fixed by now? Searching through old threads I often come across broken links. Would you like every broken link reported? It seems like a lot are links to old papers that I have to access via the Wayback Machine.
Yeah, I can fix them relatively easily … post them here if you find any.
(This one you reported is fixed)
Can we also flag any posts with broken links?
Either works …