In links, special characters become html entities

Hi,
I have an issue with rendering links. characters are not escaped correctly. The following

[hasn't been replicated yet.](https://www.aol.fr)

is rendered like this:

hasn’t been replicated yet.

Without enclosing the text in a link, it’s rendered correctly, it is not the browser.

hugo v0.124.1-db083b05f16c945fec04f745f0ca8640560cf1ec+extended linux/amd64 BuildDate=2024-03-20T11:40:10Z VendorInfo=gohugoio

Are you using transform.HTMLEscape | Hugo or any other customized markdown setting ?

No.

<a {{with .Title}}tooltip="{{.}}"{{end}} href="{{- $destination -}}"{{if $isRemote}} rel="external nofollow" target="_blank"{{- end -}}>{{- .Text -}}</a>

This is template code. But the original question is about markdown code.
Are you mixing the two ?

no, there was no weird things in my text. Just hasn't been replicated yet.

Look at the link render hook examples in the documentation.
https://gohugo.io/render-hooks/links/#examples

Strange, I can’t remember needing that before. Thanks.

At one point, on one of your sites, you disabled Go’s html/template package for one of your output formats.

Your sentences are very ambiguous.
It would be better if you would frame proper sentences before posting on the forum.

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Care to elaborate ? I fail to see what was not a proper sentence in my posts :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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