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The results come out properly while in the office. However, for security reasons, our security team doesn't like having html brackets (">" and "<") in the URL. As such, when people search this site externally, they get error messages.
Are there any alternatives to using ">=" and "<=" for date range searches in the URL? I've tried "%3*" characters which work internally, but not externally, as well.
I could redo the site so the searches are done in the back-end, which bypasses this problem. However, this would be a major undertaking. Ideally, I can still do the search by date range, but without using the html brackets.