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Question:
How can I type aachen.fairphone.community as a plain, non-hyperlinked text (and without grey background)?

Not that elegant, but possible: HTML (leave out the three blanks): < font> Text< /font>
Just putting the closing tag < /font> at the end actually does the trick, too:

aachen.fairphone.community (No, will not work when another hyperlink precedes this in the same paragraph

aachen.fairphone.community

Just use the html code for one of the separators rather than a full top

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I found some discussion about this in the Discourse forum.

So <span>aachen.fairphone.community</span> should work:
aachen.fairphone.community

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Thanks for your approaches. I’ll try them out.


Update: It seems the problem is with the preceding link.

fairphone.com | aachen.fairphone.community (using accent keys `` )
fairphone.com | aachen.fairphone.community (using amoun’s period code)
fairphone.com | aachen.fairphone.community (using hirnsushi’s span tag)

To refer to the “use case”, it’s the Contact line below the photo here that is concerned: 🇩🇪 🇬🇧 Fairphone Community Aachen :community_round: 10 Mai 2022

I might have to consider putting all the links in that line into a href HTML tags.


Update 2: Dang, that doesn’t help either :frowning:

fairphone.com | aachen.fairphone.community (using accent keys `` )
fairphone.com | aachen.fairphone.community (using amoun’s period code)
fairphone.com | aachen.fairphone.community (using hirnsushi’s span tag)

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I just tried aachen.fairphone<span>.</span>community and that seems to work:

Contact: E-Mail | Mastodon | Twitter | Instagram | aachen.fairphone.community

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Ingenious :laughing: Thanks!

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