I found something tonight when researching why jQuery code that ran fine on the first page of "All Members" would not run on the 2nd, 3rd, etc page of "All Members". It probably won't affect anyone ever, but I thought I'd mention it in case someone comes looking for info on this issue.
Check any Ning network; this one for example! Go to All Members:
(When Saved, I noticed my Bold of members broke the link, it is http://creators.ning.com/profiles/members/ )
Scroll to the bottom of the page and you'll see links to subsequent pages: 2, 3, ... 1032, Next.
Click the 2 and you go to
Now its not that there isn't a page 2 of Members because there is:
It looks the same whether it's members/?page=2 or friend/list?page=2 so who cares, right?
Well jQuery and CSS people might care.
The main div on members/?page=2 is
<div id="xg" class="xg_theme xj_list_container xg_widget_profiles xg_widget_profiles_members xg_widget_profiles_members_index" data-layout-pack="classic">
It has the class of xg_widget_profiles_members_index as you would expect, since the first page of All Members also has that class.
Well the main div on friend/list?page=2 has this as the main div:
<div id="xg" class="xg_theme xj_list_container xg_widget_profiles xg_widget_profiles_friend xg_widget_profiles_friend_list" data-layout-pack="classic">
Note the different classes!
How I found this:
Read the discussion from here on, if interested:
See the bug in action:
Go here, after page loads, notice a member is highlighted in yellow:
Scroll to bottom and click 2. Then scroll to bottom and click 1. You are back to the same page where member was highlighted, but is not longer highlighted! This is because the numbered navigation links at the page bottom take you to a page that looks the same as the first Members page but which actually has a slightly different set of classes for the main div with id of "xg".
I really don't know if this is a bug or there's a reason for it. But it took me over an hour to find this, so I hope I can save someone else some time if they run into the same thing - where a piece of code works fine on the first page of "All Members" but breaks on subsequent pages.