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Discussion on: 👨‍🚀 Client side only! How far can we go? 👩‍🚀

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Sorin Costea

My latest Firefox just searched for your example string hmm

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Adam Crockett Author

Did you add the l based on my instructions, I mentioned in the note above the instructions?

This absolutely does work in all browsers. Infact this example is based on the example from Mozilla Development Network.

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Adam Crockett Author

Did you take it out of the quotes of the a href

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Nihar Raote

I got an Address doesn't look right the first time and also got Firefox to search the string the second time.

These are my tries. You have to look carefully at the comma and the full string you enter in the address bar.

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Adam Crockett Author

3rd times the charm.

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Guney Ozsan

Maybe it works like a USB plug. You try with a comma and it doesn't work. Then you try without a comma, and it doesn't work. Then you try again with a comma and this time it works.
(Also sounds like my debugging session.)

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Nihar Raote

Haha, sometimes it feels as if code has a mind of its own