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I'm very new to Cognito Forms and I'm setting up my first form. I'm wanting to create a link to www.bit.ly/1xmHejd/. To do so, I create a Content field and used the Insert/Edit Link button. These are the settings for it:

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After all that is done, I went to a live version of the form and clicked the link to make sure it is working. However, when clicking the link, it redirects me to https://www.cognitoforms.com/%22http://www.bit.ly/1xmHejd/%22 instead of just http://www.bit.ly/1xmHejd/. How do I remove the Cognito Forms portion of the URL? Is it possible?

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    I am a developer for Cognito Forms, we have not been able to reproduce this issue on with the information we have. Could you submit a support ticket so that we can take a closer look at your form. – Nicholas Gasque Jan 14 '15 at 13:30
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It looks from the URL generated as if there is a space in front of the URL that you're entering.

Often a blank space is represented by %22 in URLs.

First thing I'd check is that there's not been an extra space pasted in there by accident.

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    %22 is the code for a double quote ("). From the screenshot William is showing no double quote in front of his link, so this does not really make a lot of sense. – Nicholas Gasque Jan 14 '15 at 13:29
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    Ah, my mistake. %20 is a space. I thought I was on to something there :/ – alexcowles Jan 15 '15 at 10:37

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