I'm trying to edit an answer I wrote a while back to correct an important item.
When I select "Save Edits", it gives me an error with the following:
"Oops! Your edit couldn't be submitted because:
Your post contains a link to the invalid host '192.168.1.254'. Please correct it by specifying a non numeric domain or wrapping it in a code block."
What in the world is it asking for? What the heck is a "code block"?
The original question and answers deal with how to set up a router and there will always be multiple references to private IPs like 192.168.x.x and 10.x.x.x. It didn't complain when I originally posted. Why does it complain now?
Any article dealing with network devices will need to contain private IPs. How do I turn off this type of "error" checking so I can correct the original answer?
Why are you making it so hard when I'm just trying to help by answering someone's question? Now I have to post my own question about this nonsense and wait for an answer before I can finish the correction.
Please tell me how to disable this "error" checking.