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Safari 4.0 braking PHP pages

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Kevin Browne Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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Jun 26, 2009 10:48 AM
http://cens.jamesreserve.edu/jrcensweb/GUI/start.php
is our Weather Data GUI
After selecting SITES and then the time frame
the URL is cut and the file name itself disappears
(i.e /.php)

http://cens.jamesreserve.edu/jrcensweb/GUI/.php?start%5B0%5D=relstart&start%5B1% 5D=1&start%5B2%5D=weeks&start%5B3%5D=ago&end%5B0%5D=relend&end%5B1%5D=0&end%5B2% 5D=now&end%5B3%5D=&region=cms&online=Online

Firefox has no trouble with this
In fact it does not turn half of the URL into HEX CODE. Why does Safari?
This is what the URL should look like and what firefox returns.

http://cens.jamesreserve.edu/jrcensweb/GUI/sites.php?start[0]=relstart&start[1]=1&start[2]=weeks&start[3]=ago&end[0]=relend&end[1]=0&end[2 ]=now&end[3]=&region=cms&online=Online&mode=sites

I am very disappointed and may make firefox my default browser after this.
Mac OS X (10.4.11)
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    Jun 29, 2009 1:07 PM (in response to Kevin Browne)
    I'm experiencing a similar issue - I have a PHP index file which lists the contents of the directory it resides in, making them browsable. This file was working fine with Safari 3, and still works on all other browsers (including IE), but Safari 4 won't open. Here's a sample link:

    http://jardin.unworkinc.com/

    If you try to browse the contents of this directory on Safari 4, you'll get to a blank page at some point, while if you try it on any other browser it works perfectly.

    Does anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Mariano/Unwork Inc
    iMac 24", Mac OS X (10.5.7)
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    Sep 17, 2009 3:44 PM (in response to Kevin Browne)
    I have just upgraded Safari and one of my websites no longer reads the css file.

    The css file includes php code and the css file was renamed with a .php extension. The new Safari 4.0 does not recognise php files to act as a css file. Safari 3.o, IE and firefox all work fine.

    I am sure this emission from Safari will effect a lot of websites.

    Any ideas on how to add php code in a css file and work with Safari 4 appreciated.


    View the website under different browsers and see the difference . http://www.birthdaypartyheliumballoondelivery.co.uk/
    imac, Mac OS X (10.5.8), na

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