Hot little artifacts like this one:

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... unities </a> <a href="#"">Policies </a> <a href=". ...

See how Coda decides to do that little double-quote autocomplete? That is, if you type href="|, where the "|" is your caret's position, what you'll see is href="|" instead, to be "helpful". If you have href=# already, however, careful that you when you add the end quote by starting in the back that Coda doesn't help you to an additional double quote. That is type href=#"| and get href=#"|", which, two arrow lefts and another double quote later, gives you href="#"".


Anyone who followed that gets a gold star. NO!!! NO STAR FOR YOU, CODA!!!!