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  • javascript:void(linkmanpopup=window.open(‘http://members.lycos.co.uk/sevenhouse/wp-admin/linkmanager.php?action=popup&linkurl=’+escape(location.href)+’&name=’+escape(document.title),’Link Manager’,’scrollbars=yes,width=750,height=550,left=15,top=15,status=yes,resizable=yes’));linkmanpopup.focus();window.focus();linkmanpopup.focus();
    i add this Function @link this@ in my Links. but seems it can not work well..
    please help.

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  • It may be because you’re using Lycos, and Lycos usually screws up PHP progs.

    Anonymous

    BAKSHI is correct
    Lycos (especially the lycos.co.uk) modifies the PHP base code purposely. If you ever looked at their notes and tutorials, they even modify how to write PHP code to set a cookie because it interfers with their frameset ads while at the same time, they also want to place their own cookie on your computer. I had the hardest time getting WordPress to work on lycos.co.uk because of the frameset ads. Everytime you added a comment or clicked on an internal link in the admin section, it would stack the framesets to the point of not being able to see the admin station. I ended up dropping lycos.co.uk because of all this.

    thank you.

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