If you've ever pasted a Communities URL into the Communities, you'll have noticed that it nicely "auto-titles" most of the time.
For example, when you cut and paste this into Communities Content:
it becomes this via auto-title:
But this does not work all of the time. Sometimes you paste a link and it still remains "looking like a URL" at the end of it.
For example this:
and stays that way!
Clicking on "Auto-Title" does not always seem to help!
Fortunately, there is a solution.
The cause of the issue is the "extra" information from the "#" hash symbol or "?" question mark symbols onwards.
This extra information is added to the URL of the page of the content when navigating to it from another location.
Removing this extra information after the "page id" will cause the display to be recognised by auto-tile.
Just copy and paste the information up to the page id (green), and no more (red):
Leaving out everything after the first "page id" onwards.
And we're happy!
I do a lot of pasting of links, so this will help me, and I hope this helps others as well.
The two links:With auto-title: Communities: Syntax highlighting for Perl and many other languages.Without auto-tile: https://communities.ca.com/message/241719627#241719627
Thanks to Melanie_Giuliani for pointing me to this.