When you copy the content to a rich-text box (for example, from a word doc or webpage), you need to make sure that you remove all text formats.
There are two options to do so:
Option One: After you paste your copied content to the rich-text box, press "Ctrl + A" to select all the content and click the "remove format" button to remove all text formats.
Option Two: Before you paste your copied content to the rich-text box, you paste it to a notepad.
There are all different types of Assets - links, books, databases etc.
Rich-text boxes should be for just that - rich text (and images). Avoid using links in these boxes, as the link will not appear in the Asset list, others will not be able to link to it, and updating the link is a lot more cumbersome.
If you are updating your LibGuide and changing links, one of the last tasks should be to go to the assets list, find links that you have and delete any that you are no longer using.
It is now possible to use a friendly URL for a page within a guide. The URL for this page will include the URL for the page, and is therefore a lot meaningful.
Within LibGuides -> Tools, there is a link checking function, which runs every Saturday.
This checks the links within the Assets of the LibGuides, and highlights those that return a '404 Page not found' error, or fail to connect to the page.
This will not checks that have been added into Rich-text boxes. It will also not tell you a link is "broken" if there is a redirect on the page you are going to.
Please check your links regularly.
RSS feeds from PRIMO / LibrarySearch do not work at this stage. Ex Libris is aware of the problem and it is on their roadmap to fix it.