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I have a form that submits information for community calendar events.  Two
people have reported that they get redirected to Google when they try to use
it but I haven't been able to duplicate this on any other computers.  Does
this sound like an effect of a virus or other malware?  I searched but
didn't find any reports of this.

The form is at

http://www.shiawasseechamber.org/REMOVETHISwebsite04/communities/webcal_submit.html




Re: Form submission being redirected to Google


| I have a form that submits information for community calendar events.  Two
| people have reported that they get redirected to Google when they try to use
| it but I haven't been able to duplicate this on any other computers.  Does
| this sound like an effect of a virus or other malware?  I searched but
| didn't find any reports of this.
|
| The form is at
|
|
http://www.shiawasseechamber.org/REMOVETHISwebsite04/communities/webcal_submit.html
|

No problem noted.

--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm



Re: Form submission being redirected to Google


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Thanks for testing it!  I think I have figured it out.  The problem occurs
only when people are using our old domain name, www.shianet.org.  Both names
refer to the same website, supposedly, so I don't know what is happening,
but I have reported it to our sysadmin.



Re: Form submission being redirected to Google

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I'd guess that when the form's SUBMIT goes looking for the CGI
it needs, it doesn't generate the correct path if the old
domain has been used. I had a similar problem with a CSS file
that worked from www.domain.type.country/subdomain but not from
subdomain.domain.type.country
Probably simplest if your webadmin can make the site rewrite
the address to the new domain into the broweser's addressbar
whenever somebody comes in via the old one.
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