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My Technorati URL shows as http://technorati.com/blogs/www.financewalk.com%2F.

How to remove %2F from the above URL so that it'll start working.

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What generates the url to be like that? – Nick Rolando Apr 18 '14 at 15:31
Why isn't this as easy as typing it in without a slash instead of the %2F? technorati.com/blogs/www.financewalk.com – Stephen Ostermiller Apr 18 '14 at 16:49

Having set your URL to www.financewalk.com/ (mind the trailing slash), "technorati" will URL-encode (like JavaScript's encodeURIComponent function) that would result in replacing a slash with its encoded hexadecimal representation %2F.

So to change this, you need to change your URL to www.financewalk.com without a trailing slash. Then the resulting Technorati URL will be http://technorati.com/blogs/www.financewalk.com.

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