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broken php community link

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http://www.phpbb.com/community/viewtopi ... a#p1497031

yeah, the link to the search page to find any mod that you have in that forum is broken, gives a 404 error message. specifically, it is:

http://www.phpbb.com/phpBB/mod_search.php

or would this be a bug report? :D
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Re: broken php community link

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Neither. It's an old, outdated post.
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Re: broken php community link

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-lol- Um, being a sticky, maybe one might want to "edit" the post to redirect or remove the link? Just a thought...
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It's still outdated. If you believe it's truly a problem, report it to the website tracker, but I seriously doubt anything will be done about it.
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Re: broken php community link

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:shrug: no, not really... if you know about it that fast, then it must be well known about to not matter to be changed...

good enough for me :ugeek:
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Re: broken php community link

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Things get fixed faster if they end up in the website tracker.
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Re: broken php community link

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As stated above issues such as this should be reported to the bug tracker so some one with the relative permissions can see to it that it gets fixed :) There is nothing more to say so I am going to close to stop everyone jumping on this topic :)
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