Wiki page links broken due to Github link injection


For years, wiki pages have contained menu bullet lists of links that scroll the reader, on click, to content further down in the same page. The bullet list links are hash links e.g. href="this-page#faq-answer" and the destination anchor tag uses the W3C standard name attribute (e.g. name="faq-answer").

You have made a change where you now prepend user-content- to the name tag (e.g. name="user-content-faq-answer").  This **breaks** all existing links and deep links from other pages developed over a long time, for example, issue pages. 

Please can you revert this breaking change.

@jackdandy - Hello and thanks for raising this point here! 

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