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Google CSE not showing up correctly in Firefox, IE and Chrome fine

Posted on 2015-01-23
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Hi Everyone,

I am having issues with Firefox and my Google CSE.  It shows up fine in IE and Chrome.

Here is the URL http://www.socalda.org
Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance
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Question by:dloj
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It appears to be a bug in the Google code fortunately it appears easy to fix.

A thread with a description of the problem and the fixed code is on the Google support forum here:

https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/customsearch/lQAKjUmysfo

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Thanks Cobol, but that did not fix it.

I realized what the problem was.  I had the search bar in an include/*.php and did not put a <br> in it after the menu items so Firefox was seeing it as below but next to the menu, whereas IE and Chrome did not.  

Since your suggestion it did lead me, after reading the link you sent me, to figure out that I needed to put a <br> after the menu portion and everything is fine.  

Thanks again.
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