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 Re: Search not working?
Author: JunkMale 
Date:   03-02-04 19:16

Lawrence wrote:

> The Search box still has the same behavior that I mentioned
> earlier. When I type in "apache" and then click "go", I get a
> page back with no search results. I can then re-do the search
> by looking for deleted ports and the page returns the hits I
> expect.

I cannot reproduce that behaviour with Opera 7.23, Netscape 7.1, or IE6, all on Windows XP.

> By the way, on both of the pages that show both empty and
> matching results, I see an error in the status bar of my
> browser (IE6 Windows XP) that look like this, probably
> something to do with inserting the ads:
> Line: 4
> Char: 10
> Error: Expected ';'
> Code; 0
> URL:
> I looked to see if this might be interfering with the search
> results, but as far as I can tell, this is a separate problem.

Can you clear your browser case? Use another browser? Still getting the problem?

Dan Langille - webmaster

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Lawrence 30-01-04 22:19 
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JunkMale 31-01-04 02:06 
 Re: Search not working?   new
Lawrence 03-02-04 19:09 
 Re: Search not working?   new
JunkMale 03-02-04 19:16 
 Re: Search not working?   new
Lawrence 05-02-04 19:48 
 Re: Search not working?   new
JunkMale 05-02-04 19:54 
 Re: Search not working?   new
JunkMale 05-02-04 20:28 
 Re: Search not working?   new
Lawrence 12-02-04 05:04 

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