Our little search engine doesn't work properly. It works perfectly our my mozilla browser. But It doesn't work on our Internet explorer 7 browser. I make a query and when I click search it takes me back to the homepage. On previous versions of IE it works fine, but there's misalignment on the results.
This is what a coleage of mine in Europe sees on his screen: (he uses IE 6 and it works for him, but the results come out misaligned)
[[url removed, login to view]
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This what I see on my mozilla browser:(The correct stuff)
_<[url removed, login to view]>
<[url removed, login to view]>_
On my IE 7, the newest version, nothing like I said before. A friend in south florida uses mozilla and sees it and uses it perfectly. A friend in Utah with an older version of internet explorer sees it perfectly too. So, I don't understand what is causing the problem. The website is medwhat.com. We use php.
I want the search engine to take me to the search results and show the search results like it occurs when I use Mozilla. AND On every internet browser.
For an experienced programmer this should be a piece of cake. Thank you.
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