I have a web page on a site that I maintain that just started (On one users machine) to create an erroneous link to the word "join" which links to a school opt in box. I go to the actual website I maintain and cannot get the same error, (get the word "join" to have a link). The user did send me a screenshot of the page though. When I go to the page there is no link on the word "join". What could be causing this? I dont believe it is on the web page itself because all users would be experiencing same issue. Maybe malware. I am attaching screen shots in word doc. If you notice the word join is linked in screen shot. Not that way on the actual site. 2012.31.12--Error.docx
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