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rails 3 scaffold showing strange links

Posted on 2010-11-15
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after generating a post scaffold the normal "New post" and "Edit" links have the path included in the link

so

<%= link_to 'New post', new_post_path %> actually outputs this on the screen:

New post (/posts/new)

the html is normal

<a href="/posts/new">New post</a>

i've never seen this before
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this is solved, it was the print stylesheet that was included by accident, the print stylesheet displays the path to the link.
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