I type in my zip code (15601) and I get a list of caches. So far, so good. When I click on "next", there is a longish pause and then I get the same list of caches. I've been trying this for a couple of days to no avail.
This is pretty basic stuff that has to work for me or anyone else to use this site. Am I doing something wrong?
I'm still having trouble with this but it appears to be a problem on my end. Everything works find on a different machine running IE6 on the same internet connection.
I'm running IE 7.0.5730.11IC on Windows XP. IE7 has given me nothing but grief since I got it.
Does anybody have any suggestions?
There one odd thing that I noticed that might shed some light on this problem. When I enter my zip into the box on the homepage, it displays the first page fine saying that it's page 1 of 68. When I click "next", there is a 5-10 second delay before it displays the first page again saying that it's page 1 of 4. I can't get past page 1 and it's very frustrating!
Cool deal. Still consider Firefox. You don't have to get rid of one to use another, and if you decide you don't like it you can always start IE back up. The modules and added tab functions make some people's lives easier.
I think I can shed some light on this problem and what had me confused when I started this topic.
This is how the system works for me most of the time:
If you're not logged into your account, the quick search on the home page will usually work (it might be always but I'm not sure) and display multiple pages of caches when you click on "next". The downside of this search is that there is no download option.
If you're logged into your account, the quick search appears to be the same as the regular search and it doesn't work quite right. You typically get one page of caches displayed but you rarely (if ever) get a second page when you click on "next". It usually happens that there is a delay after which the same first page of caches is displayed again.
A useful work-around is to change your "caches per page" setting in your account profile to get as many caches as you need on one page.