It thinks %3d% is a token -- specifically the Unicode = sign. See this bit of the manual for more.
You could do as @tiffle suggests -- or you could try using the unencoded version of the URL, which would be https://website.com/page1== (not sure why its been given to you encoded -- = is perfectly valid in a URL, unless they are doing some =-reliant post processing on the server).
If you need token processing and you need to use that encoded format, escape the % symbols with another % for each so that KM doesn't interpret them as token markers: https://website.com/page1%%3D%%3D
Thank you all, I was thinking that over and over in the back of my mind, I am not sure why I didn't try that. I am not sure how you guys know this stuff, I wonder if this can be added to manual:Variables [Keyboard Maestro Wiki]
I have been out of touch with the forum for quite a bit working on a several personal things and wondered why @JMichaelTX wasn't pulling up. I am saddened to hear about the passing of Jim, he gave so much help and there were so many scripts, macros, etc that he helped with. The Passing of JMichaelTX
That makes sense and having the memory to remember all the stuff you read is important too. There have been many times I have read through posts only to see that I have already read posts and had to relearn or even worse I have went back and watched my own tutorial videos. I am so grateful to all of you who so generously share with the rest of us.
Good to know thanks.
Oh, it's under Tokens I should have figured that out when that was referenced above. After reading through that I remember reading that page in detail a while ago. Thanks again, everyone.
I keep pretty detailed notes and have for about a decade in Scrivener. It seems to be the best searchable and most organized app I have found for that sort of thing. I have spent an extreme amount of time researching and trying dozens and dozens of apps some around $200 but Scrivener though not a code snippet app has been the best for me.