Somewhere along the lines, I guess during my profile editing, my signature got messed up. It used to be (I think) just some HTML code, which included an image. Now I guess you were doing some dbCode / HTML conversion stuff, but apparently it didn't work out.
I've included the signature here.
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When replying to a message, the help area on smilies is gone. Especially with the new smily icons, I wanted to check out what the new icons look like, if there's any new ones, and how to make them all.
Your "members" link is ... the most basic functionality seems to work (find a member by name, etc). However, some of the less basic functions don't work as expected:
1. Find by email, you get a person's email address as the result, but no info about the username. However, the email address is treated as if it is a username in the results table, leading to ... weird behavior in generating the appropriate links in the table.
2. The "sort by" functionality does not sort the current results. It seems to sort the default 'empty' search (i.e. ALL users) only.
I didn't play around with the page anymore, as it seems there's a lot to be tested, and I didn't have great success with what I played with.
Title: Wrong link generated when using search page to access a specific post.
repro: 1. set # of messages per page to 5 (i hate scrolling!) 2. search (I searched for "Gottlieb" to see if Brad had posted a review the book "Individual Development & Evolution) 3. Click on the message that will bring you to the first result (message 46 of some thread)
Re: *** Page numbers in URL's/Links!!! - Critical item? ***
Either that, or you can't expose the page number (or any other calculated property) in any URL. You'd have to expose only what is fixed (the post number).
If you really wanted to keep the old functionality, then you'd probably have to keep some old logic in your script, where IF you see a page number in the URL, then you assume that it's from the old functionality, and you calculate based on the old hardcoded number (15).
Like I said before, you might want to keep some "legacy" code in there, such that if you actually see a "page number" in the URL, you translate it based on your old assumptions. You could also set it up to email you (for exmple to email you the referring URL, so you can see where you might have missed an old link) when you see that "page number" variable.
1. If you click "forgot your password" when you're NOT logged in, you get a 500 error. NOT HELPFUL! :)
2. If you click on a URL with a bookmark from an email, but are not logged in, you are given the login screen. If you then login, you are forwarded to the original URL--but SANS the bookmark. So you're brought to the top of the page, instead of the proper message.