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Old 10-18-2005, 10:44 AM   #1
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<!-- phpdigExclude --> not always excluding

My search page
http://www.originsonline.org/advanced_search.php
provides forms for searching the database and for searching the site, the latter powered by phpDig. If you search for "technology" you will see as one of the search results
http://www.originsonline.org/res_articles.php
which lists database content that should be excluded from phpDig. View source to see: <!-- phpdigExclude --> and <!-- phpdigInclude --> are on their own lines, properly defined in config.php, capitalized correctly, and apply only to areas of the page within the <body> (not meta) tags. Yet content from the database that is after a <!-- phpdigExclude --> is coming up in results. I just updated.

What might cause this? Please help. I have reviewed all the threads in this forum I can find on the subject to no avail. And thank you Charter -- I've been otherwise quite impressed with phpDig's features and reliability.
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Old 10-19-2005, 07:19 AM   #2
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It looks like the following:
Code:
...esources to Download Rules and Logical Consequences School-wide Implementation Specialists Teacher Language Teacher Research Technology in the Classroom
Is coming from the following:
Code:
<!-- phpdigInclude -->
<!-- frame_body end //-->

<P class="bodyheader_resources">All Articles and Research </P>

<p>The articles in this section address the challenges faced by real teachers in real classrooms.  Origins has always been a grass-roots organization. We strive to keep in touch on a daily basis with life in the classroom, lunchroom, playground and halls. Our work is based on the lived reality of people for whom theory is important but not sufficient to meet the needs of the variety of learners who come to school. Who better to ask about best practices than teachers who have used them successfully and can give us practical, detailed descriptions of how they did it?</p>
<p>You can find the article that you&rsquo;re looking for in three ways:</p>
<ul>
  <li>Through the drop-down list organized by theme</li>
  <li>Browsing alphabetically by title</li>
  <li>Through <a href="advanced_search.php">Advanced Search</a> by keyword</li>

</ul>
<p>All articles are displayed here, but selected articles are also displayed at the following website areas: <em>Responsive Classroom, Responsive Designs for Middle School</em>, and BACTA (arts integration).</p>
<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" width="100%">
	<tr>
		<td align="left" valign="top" class="main">&nbsp;</td>
		<td align="right" valign="top" class="main">
		Display:&nbsp;
<form name="article_type_limit" action="http://www.originsonline.org/res_articles.php" method="get"><select name="article_type" onChange="document.article_type_limit.submit();"><option value="" SELECTED>All articles</option><option value="1">Academic Choice</option><option value="2">Adult Community</option><option value="3">Arts Integration</option><option value="4">Behavior</option><option value="36">Building Relationships</option><option value="14">Classroom Organization</option><option value="17">Engaged Learning</option><option value="5">First Six Weeks</option><option value="65">Guided Discovery</option><option value="15">Homework</option><option value="66">Hopes and Dreams</option><option value="6">Last Six Weeks</option><option value="37">Literacy</option><option value="16">Midday: Lunch and Recess</option><option value="7">Middle School</option><option value="8">Morning Meeting</option><option value="11">Research</option><option value="67">Resources to Download</option><option value="13">Rules and Logical Consequences</option><option value="9">School-wide Implementation</option><option value="10">Specialists</option><option value="12">Teacher Language</option><option value="64">Teacher Research</option><option value="18">Technology in the Classroom</option></select>		</form></td>
	</tr>
</table><br>

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Old 10-19-2005, 09:03 AM   #3
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Argh. I checked everything except the obvious. Sorry.
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