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Firefox foor iOS
I built an application that creates a very simple calendar. The calendar is a bunch of divs with the day number in each div. With the latest update of FF on iOS, FF treats the individual numbers in a row of divs (a week) as a telephone number (more that 10 digits) and makes the day numbers in each cell a tel: link. The daynumbers display as links and when tapped try to call a very badly formed phoned number. For example: if the days in a row (week) are 10-16 it tries to make a phone number as "10111213141516" and each div has a link to that number. I put up a lot of these little calendars and eventually FF stops creating phone links out of my day numbers.
How could Firefox infer a phone number from a bunch of numbers in separate divs? This doesn't happen on any other browser that I've tried and doesn't happen on FF for MacOS. I styled around the day numbers being posted as links but would love to have the bug fixed.