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"Vote on Holds Ability" page contains unrendered Markdown

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The page describing the Vote on Holds ability, under "What does this ability allow me to do?", has what appears to be unrendered Markdown:

The reasons for placing a post on hold vary from site to site; the guidance for posts on this site is available in the [Help Center](/help/faq).

There are proper links on for example the page describing the Participate Everywhere ability, so I assume that this is merely an oversight somewhere.

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It can be fixed easily by adding "https:" at the beggining 10 Rep‭ about 2 months ago

@10Rep Relative links are perfectly valid in Markdown. Canina‭ about 2 months ago

A code fix has been offered for this issue and is currently pending review. For future reference, the help articles don't support markdown, only HTML. sau226‭ about 2 months ago

The edit history on this post is strange. I see two edits from the same person within a minute or so. I reviewed and approved one of them (a tag-only edit). I'm puzzled by the other one. Monica Cellio‭ about 2 months ago

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Thank you for raising this issue to our attention.

This has been fixed in the code for new sites (those sites that may be created after this post was made).

For all sites existing before the code fix (i.e. sites that exist as of this post), a manual override to the content by the sysadmin team is required. This question therefore may be tagged status-planned until this override is complete.

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