Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..
It happens in all places the continue button displays - eg: at the bottom of the create account form.....
The form closing tag is there in all instances..
Looks like another template wth "less than adequate" code.....
Definitely missing a closing </form> tag in your search form.
Its happening on every page that requires input (goto login page and try logging in ... takes you to search results) ....
The error should be in.
Where your search form is (i think ... since it's a template it's hard to say where this code has been placed) ... if you cant find it paste your.
... looks like theres been an increase with these crappy coded templates.
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: 18 October 2008, 07:36..
Get your money back and let the template creator(s) know that their template looks good..
Good for display only...
Yep great idea Bryce ... who knows how many more problems your going to run into thanks to the crappy code changes..
Must advise - I fixed it - it was a header issue I had caused - not the template providers....thanks for the help...
Ahhhh yesss.... A mechanical malfunction..
The loose nut behind the keyboard..
You'd be surprised how much that happens to any computer I'm around for any length of time...
I have a clean install of latest version 2.2 and the continue button in contact us form goes to product search.
When you fill in the form and hit the CONTINUE button the page that is returned is the advanced_search.php page??..
Sounds like your missing a </form> tag in there ... hard to say without a link to the site..