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Hi PJ,

I have tried several times throughout the day, both on an XP machine and a Win2K machine. Every attempt to use the quick search has been successful for me... I cannot see any problem with it.

You could always post your code which deals with the quick search and we can take a look and see if tere is anything in there that could be causing a glitch.

Best regards

Ed

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Hi Eddy and Robert

Thanks for checking - makes me look a bit like an idiot. Actually I only posted this thing here because the band complained that they couldn't be found and then it didn't work with me neither.

Could be that the hosting provider changed something in the meantime. Often they say that the problem couldn't be on their side and then they go and change something without telling...

Anyway, here's the code for the upper bar:

<TABLE WIDTH=760 BORDER=0 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0 background="pix1/shop_Balken_flat_031105.jpg" width="760" height="96" >

<TR>

<TD ROWSPAN=3>

<IMG SRC="pix1/transp_30x30.GIF" WIDTH=275 HEIGHT=96 ALT=""></TD>

<TD COLSPAN=3>

<IMG SRC="pix1/transp_30x30.GIF" WIDTH=480 HEIGHT=6 ALT=""></TD>

<TD ROWSPAN=3>

<IMG SRC="pix1/transp_30x30.GIF" WIDTH=5 HEIGHT=96 ALT=""></TD>

</TR>

<TR>

<TD COLSPAN=3>

<img src="banners/ptBanner_Shop_0311.jpg" width=480 height=60 alt="" border="0"></TD>

</TR>

<TR>

<TD>

<IMG SRC="pix1/transp_30x30.GIF" WIDTH=239 HEIGHT=30 ALT=""></TD>

<TD width="172" height="30">

<form action="FMPro" method="POST">

<input type="hidden" name="-DB" value="ptProduct.fp5">

<input type="hidden" name="-lay" value="form_Product">

<input type="hidden" name="-Format" value="d_results.html">

<input type="hidden" name="-error" value="d_search.html">

<input type="hidden" name="-max" value="10">

<input type="hidden" name="-sortfield" value="Interpret">

<input type="hidden" name="-sortorder" value="Ascending">

<input type="hidden" name="F_Status_OK" value="1">

<input type="text" name="F_Product_Name" size="20" border="0"></TD>

<TD width="69" height="30"><input type="submit" name="-Find" value="Go!"></TD>

</form></TR>

</TABLE>

Thanks for your help

PJ Wassermann

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I've found that the use of quotes should be generous and consistent. Thus, when I write code such as yours I write quotes around most everthing including, e.g., WIDTH="5" HEIGHT="96". I know it seems unnecessary, but my experience long ago was when I left quotes off I also got unexpected and unusual results. Now I quote everything as a matter of practice.

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Are you sure it is not because they hit the "Enter" key in stead of clicking the "Go" button. It works if I click the "Go" but doesn't when I hit enter (in wich case it will open the detail searchpage as expected).

You could try to set the default action in the first form like so:

<INPUT TYPE = "hidden" NAME = "-Find" VALUE=" ">

But I am not sure how it will work with multiple forms on one page.

Wouter

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