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I would like to insert a url in a footnote but that isn't working.

I use the following code :

\usepackage[left=3cm, right=2.5cm, top=2.65cm, bottom=2.65cm]{geometry}

and the problem is in this "sentence" :

\,\footnote{La vidéo réalisée à l'effet du projet Arqana Racing Club est visible sur le lien suivant : \url{http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=5o0t29uwTQc#!}}

Could you help me please ?

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marked as duplicate by Jubobs, Stefan Kottwitz May 5 '13 at 13:39

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You should load the hyperref package the last. And, could you please get rid of unnecessary packages so that, you get to a MWE: note that a MWE is a complete example beginning with \documentclass ending with \end{document} – kan May 5 '13 at 13:02
I have already this package in my code – Tidou May 5 '13 at 13:03
But, you have loaded this package before a couple of other packages. Make that the last loaded one, by moving it to the end. Further, hyperref package loads url, so I don't think you don't have to load it. – kan May 5 '13 at 13:04
Escape & and # in the argument of \url. In other words, substitute \& for & and \# for #; that should solve the problem. – Jubobs May 5 '13 at 13:06
oh yes, my mistake I forgot that. – Tidou May 5 '13 at 13:07

The @Jubobs' comment is right.

I forgot substitute & and # by \& and #.

That is working like that. Thanks.

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A tip: You can use backticks ` to mark your inline code. – kan May 5 '13 at 13:20
You do not have to escape the & character. – kan May 5 '13 at 13:38

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