Re: Mac IE5 html bug = ampersand?
by "Tracey Huntingford" <thmail(at)hwired.com>
||Thu, 25 May 2000 11:16:16 -0700
||"Nathan Lyle" <natlyle(at)nmu.edu>,
Tracey Huntingford thmail(at)hwired.com asked:
> >> One of my clients is having a problem accessing pages with links such
> >> below. He is using an Imac with IE5. Can anyone running IE5 on a Mac
> >> or Imac try clicking these links and letting me know if they are a
> >> http://www.hwcounter.com/cgi-bin/pages.cgi?332000035
> >> http://www.hwcounter.com/cgi-bin/pages.cgi?332000035&&date=today
"stacey" <anastasia(at)austin.rr.com> replied:
> >- yep, it crashes the program every time you try to go to the second
"Nathan Lyle" <natlyle(at)nmu.edu> replied:
> Should there be two "&" in the address? I'm not sure that would be enough
> to crash the program... but I've only ever seen one ampersand at a time
> before... <shrug>
Will it work in Mac IE5 with just 1 ampersand like this?
I think the problem is any amount of ampersands which has to be a bug since
so many web apps need to use ampersands in their urls.
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