Thank you for your post.
I am able to replicate the issue on my iPad.
Performing some additional testing, I placed the HTML file on a server. Using Safari on the Mac, I opened the file directly, and the web page displays as expected. However, on an iPhone and iPad, when I launch Safari and access the file on the server, I get the same href link as the web viewer, so this issue appears to be with Safari (and webkit under iOS), and not FileMaker Go, and this should be reported to Apple.
Thanks for your feedback. I will try to strip these href's out of the content using the Substitute function rather than wait for Apple.
I was dealing with the same probleme and also used Substitute functions.
It get's easy if you have a script sending the html-Text from within the iPhone via email to yours computer to get to know which kind of href-tags got to be replaced
<a href="tel:02%2000%2000%2000%2000" x-apple-data-detectors="true" x-apple-data-detectors-results="0">
02 00 00 00 00
I have seen these numbers as NICs on different iPads and my Touch so I assume they are for the cellular NIC. 02 00 00 00 00 represents the missing cellular NIC on the Touch and iPad.
Notice that results = 0, in other worders not there.
I'll bet iPhones do not return this since they have to have a cellular connection.
Try get(systemNIC) and see what it returns, there are actualy two or more items and the last one is the above.
I may be completely wrong here...won't be the first time.