We have encountered the following problem. It never seems to have been a problem in the past (as far as we have seen), yet now this is giving us trouble.
If we insert a link into a news article which has a relative path, starting from the root e.g.
|<a href="/some/page">link text</a>
somehow the href attribute is changed so that it is prefixed with the CMS server's domain. This is a problem as our CMS server is not publicly accessible, instead our front-end app hits the CMS server to retrieve the desired page, and thus such a problem will cause 404 errors for our users.
Is there any reason as to why this would be happen. I understand that there is a problem whereby IE will pre-fix a relative path to make it absolute, but this doesn't seem to be the issue here as the same problem is observed in firefox (both viewing the page and creating an article).
Any ideas on why this issue seems to have arisen, and what may be done to fix it?
Thanks for any help guys,