don't forget to encode &second=foo as &second=foo in the URL's, though that's not related to this bug :) *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 206538 ***
Well, that works fine for Mozilla 1.3/4 and Netscape 7.1 but it breaks Navigator 4.8. I also tested IE 5.5 and it works as Mozilla does so I guess I'll use %2523 instead of # and work around it in Navigator 4.x.
Yep, NS4 is broken like that.... If you care, recent versions of Opera also do what Mozilla and IE do.