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Links on dynamically parsed w3c pages are broken in Chrome after doing Back then Forward navigation

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最后编辑于 October 2015 脚本讨论 Chrome

Using Chrome 47, TM3.12.4812:

  1. Go to https://github.com/w3c/netinfo
  2. Click Use cases and requirements on the bottom of the page
  3. Wait until the stupid async loader used by w3c reformats the page
  4. Observe the links after Table of contents look correct
  5. Navigate one step back in history
  6. Navigate one step forward in history
  7. Now the links after Table of contents are broken: [convenience sampling](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accidental_sampling)

Although this is apparently the fault of that ReSpec script w3c uses but I thought maybe it's worth adding an exception http://w3c*.github.io/* in the script itself? (I added it locally in Tampermonkey)

Another idea would be to catch the markdown like [title](url) and convert it into a proper link, but I doubt it's universal, because usually anyone dealing with raw markdown prefers seeing it as is.

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