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  • When I type something into the side bar search (widget) on my blog and wait for the ajax to kick in and do it’s think, it always prints out:

    Error 404:
    No input file specified.

    I’m using the k2 theme and I’m not certain that it’s not a bug in the theme, but I’m guessing it’s a regular WordPress bug. If it’s k2’s fault then let me know.

    BTW, I’m also using the latest k2 theme release as of today.
    See the error for yourself. <-type something in side search and wait for the ajax to do the work for you (don’t click search).

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  • odd.

    it works fine if you hit ‘enter’ after tping your search, but the auto search thing gets 404.

    The code that automates the search bar must be returning a value that wp won’t recognize.

    scary, i searched “hu” and hit enter.. was auto redirected to a BMW car blog site ( ?) that had a post from a kyleabaker… is that normal?? o_O



    That error has disappeared by now and @grapho…I also own and run and it’s linked on the blog so it’s normal that you found it in the search. The BimmerMania link at the top loads a page with an auto redirect (javascript) so it makes sense.

    I’d never considered that happening when a search retrieved it so I might have to use another method of linking to it.

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