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Chrome creating a link from "Club Championship

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I maintain a website and in Chrome, but not in Safari or IE, "Club Championship" creates a link to "Derry GAA" in Curiyo.  I would suspect a virus but it only happens in Chrome. I am on an MacBook Air with the latest operating system. I also tried this on another Windows computer and it did not occur.
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Question by:lorenberg
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by:Gary
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And the website is.....
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alexandriagolfclub.com
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And where are we supposed to be looking - there is no Club Championship on the page.
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by:lorenberg
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On the Home Page it says "The results for the 2014 AGC Club Championship are now available under the Events Tab above." It is the "Club Championship" in that statement that is a link in Chrome but again, not when I access the website on the same computer from either Safari or IE.
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That text has no link code.
If you are seeing it in Chrome only it may be a cache copy you are looking at from when you may have had a link
Do an hard refresh in Chrome and see if it still shows up as a link
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Clearing the cache in Chrome did not solve the problem but that got me to thinking and I removed the Curiyo extension in Chrome and the problem disappeared. Thanks to Gary.
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Ahhhh ;o)
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