Weird problem: 'Search in page' (CTRL+F) orks fine on most pages but is not working on one particular page
The page search facility (Ctrl+F) works fine for most pages, but doesn't work on one particular page. The page in question happens to be my home page and is one that I cr… (read more)
The page search facility (Ctrl+F) works fine for most pages, but doesn't work on one particular page.
The page in question happens to be my home page and is one that I created via Macromedia Dreamweaver. It is my web portal containing numerous links (to all the sites I usually access).
I press Ctrl+F and the search box appears at bottom of screen, as usual. I enter a word in the search box, click the up and down arrows, but it doesn't find any matches, even though that word definitely exists on the page (multiple times). (The Highlight All, Match Case, Whole Words options are not selected). If I enable "Highlight All", nothing is highlighted.
This problem has surfaced in the last month or so. I suspect it may have crept in with a recent Firefox update, as this wasn't a problem in the past. My setup: Desktop PC, Win 10 (64bit), Firefox is 82.0 (64-bit) -the current version, and I'm using the Default Theme.
PS: I opened the same page with Microsoft Edge and the Page Search works fine there. .... but Firefox is my preferred browser, so I need to get to the bottom of this problem.
Any suggestions on how I can resolve this weird problem?