You need to break up your web page into several independant html tables, not
nested tables. Each independant table will be rendered progressively as it
downloads. That's the effect you are seeing.
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> There is a certain amount of the script that the browser can display
> the script is done loading. I'm not sure exactly how much that is, but
> seen this before. I wrote a script that pulls info out of a mssql DB, and
> it shows the top part of my script while pulling DB info. It's because I
> display a ton of stuff before the query is performed.
> If there's not enough stuff before the query is executed, it doesn't show
> anything. If there's too much, it shows up to a certain point.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Luditus [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2001 2:27 AM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [PHP-DB] Performance boosting
> Hi there,
> my phpsite shows always a white page while accessing the db. Sometimes for
> seconds. How can I change it to a style like for example php.net does.
> it is searching the db it shows the php logo and the header of the html
> site. It looks like that: http:www.globosapiens.net/gallery
> Cheers Andy
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