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Broken Content - Images seemed to be linking to incorrect gallery

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As of late, we have been seeing cases where some of you have been posting multiple types of questions within a singular type of topic...

This makes searching here a nightmare for people whom are attempting to find out whether or not their question has already been asked, or possibly even answered. Therefore, I would like to implement some very basic rules, which I think everybody will be happy with, given that they will lead to better search results.

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I believe that these simple rules will not only make our lives easier, but also the lives of our visitors :D

I am of the opinion that ignoring these requests will make it harder for us all.
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Broken Content - Images seemed to be linking to incorrect gallery

Postby dumbass » Tue 12 Feb 2019, 00:08

My site is ellygolterman.com.

So for instance you could be in an album like https://ellygolterman.com/albums/paintings/

but if you click on one of the images, it links to https://ellygolterman.com/albums/painti ... /03-birds/

There is nothing there, the page will 404. The actual address should be https://ellygolterman.com/content/03-birds/

I'm confused by this and I'm not sure when this started happening. I tried to mess around with the link settings in Site Publishing but I'm not sure how I can remove the /albums/paintings/ from the URL... I feel that I'm missing something simple, anybody ever experienced anything like this before?
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