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Answers with broken links to software that is no longer available

This is one of the reasons that we discourage product recommendations on super user. In many cases the author is gone so pinging the author might not be a good solution on its own. To me If its a ...
Journeyman Geek's user avatar
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Why use "noreferrer" in anchor tag?

It is done mostly to prevent information leak such as your GET variables or website structure. For example: If your users have any kind of GET variables in their URL like examplle.com/login.php?...
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change help center URL links from http://meta.softwarerecs.stackexchange.com to https://softwarerecs.meta.stackexchange.com

Strange, but for me those links show softwarerecs.meta.*. OK, invoked the editor to take a closer look: indeed there it's the way you say. And what's more: http://, not https://. Must be one of my ...
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Finding my broken links

Great question. I'm not aware of any built-in StackExchange functionality for community members (or community moderators) to do this. I am, however, aware of a Firefox extension that may help. It's ...
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