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If you land on any of the main SOFU error pages (e.g. including some of the Stack Exchange beta sites (e.g., the URLs being generated are missing the colon after http.

This causes the browsers to try to go to http://http//

I have tested and verified this error in Chrome 6 dev, IE8, and Firefox 3.6.

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While we're at it, Meta's not coming up with a list of possible duplicates for questions... I posted about the same problem without this page (or any others for that matter) being reported to me as possible duplicates first. I deleted my question after noticing someone posted a link to this one as a comment. – Powerlord Jul 12 '10 at 15:11
when i viewed source, the link is actually http:// – Kip Jul 12 '10 at 15:15
@R.Bemrose Part of that can be blamed on the fact that not one of the >5 reports of this issue have used similar titles and wording. – Grace Note Jul 12 '10 at 15:20
@Grace Note: Yeah, I was kind of worried about that - I didn't quite know what to put, since it seems that the base template is affected. I didn't want to tie it to just one site since it's almost all of them. – Joshua Jul 12 '10 at 15:26

Confirmed, with addendum: this is just the link in the text of the page. The tabs and header links work just fine.

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