On Thursday 16 January 2003 11:43, Sabina A. Schneider wrote:
>     Hello everybody!!! Here am I again with problems... :-( This time I
> programmed severan php scripts embebed with HTML, but the curiosity comes
> when I try to see the scripts in a browser. In Opera it's ok, but in
> Mozilla and Internet Explorer it appears one table on the other, everything
> mixed up. I have most of the scripts structured as follows: a table that
> contains the name of the enterprise and the site's area and another table
> (theorically beneath the first one) withe the content of a table of my
> database. Both of them appear the second one under the first one, but mixed
> up. I used functions to build the code... What can it be? Was I clear with
> the problem? Otherwise I can send a screenshoot with the problem, but I
> don't think it's allowed to attach files in this list.

Most likely your HTML is broken -- unclosed/unbalanced tags (</td>, </tr>, 

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.biz
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