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When I click on the Facebook link for this question it gives a link like this:

Does anybody experience a similar problem?

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Note that the last 213725 is your user id. – Arjan Apr 10 '11 at 15:31

This is simply the encoded URL in the Facebook sharing querystring.

In the actual sharing on Facebook it will be correct:

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isn't this about the double http in http://http%3A%2F%2F, that apparently shows after clicking that link? (Still then, I guess that is a Facebook error then, unless FB wants the links without the http:// prefix, or unless FB does not recognize the encoded %3A%2F%2F and then prefixes http:// itself? I'm not using FB, so cannot test.) – Arjan Apr 10 '11 at 15:45
(If FB does —or did— not recognize the %3A%2F%2F then that is their fault too, of course.) – Arjan Apr 10 '11 at 15:53

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