Failed prop type: Invalid prop `type` of value `search` supplied to `Input`

Getting failed prop type due to type=”search” on input.
Says:
“Failed prop type: Invalid prop type of value search supplied to Input, expected one of [“text”,”number”,”password”,”date”,”date-range”,”email”,”tel”]”

 <Input
   type="search"
   onChange={this.onSearchChange}
   iconSize={IconSize.xs}
   color="primary"
/>

The input with type=”search” works as intended, but it keeps giving me console errors. Anyone knows why? And how to fix it?

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How to get the Text value of Anchor tag inside this li class

Sorry for the noob question, I’m still learning in Javascript. I just want to get the “Welcome” text when the page load and save it to a variable so I could make a string compare.

<nav id="top-menu-nav">
    <ul id="top-menu" class="nav">
        <li id="menu-item-103" class="menu-item">
            <a href="#">About Us</a>
        </li>
        <li id="menu-item-25417" class="menu-item">
            <a href="#">Offers</a>
        </li>
        <li id="menu-item-102" class="menu-item">
            <a href="#">FAQ</a></li>
        <li id="menu-item-104" class="menu-item">
            <a href="#">Corporate</a></li>
        <li id="menu-item-100" class="menu-item">
            <a href="#">Contact Us</a></li>
        <li class="login">
            <a href="#">Welcome</a>
        </li>
    </ul>
</nav>

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sqlCommand does not contain a definition for Parameters

Error 1 ‘vijaystore.DAL.sqlCommand’ does not contain a definition for
‘Parameters’ and no extension method ‘Parameters’ accepting a first
argument of type ‘vijaystore.DAL.sqlCommand’ could be found (are you
missing a using directive or an assembly
reference?) E:\VIJAY\vijaystore\vijaystore\DAL\userDAL.cs 69 21 vijaystore

try
{
    String sql = "INSERT INTO tbl_user (first_name, last_name, email, username, password, contact, address, gender, user_type, added_date, added_by) VALUES (@first_name, @last_name, @email, @username, @password, @contact, @address, @gender, @user_type, @added_date, @added_by)";
    sqlCommand cmd = new sqlCommand(sql, conn);

    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@first_name", u.first_name);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@last_name", u.last_name);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@email", u.email);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@username", u.username);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@password", u.password);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@contact", u.contact);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@address", u.address);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@gender", u.gender);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@user_type", u.user_type);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@added_date", u.added_date);
    cmd.Parameters.AddwithValue("@added_by", u.added_by);

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