Ok this is going to sound silly but it was becouse I had my <form></form>
below the listbox were is I should have put it between <form></form>

I think I will have some coffee.

Thanks guys for the help tho

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rich Gray" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2003 10:32 PM
Subject: RE: [PHP-DB] PHP script execution - display issue

> > Hello,
> > I have a display problem with one of my sites.
> > Because there is an big amount of information in the pages, which is
> > extracted from database, using IE browser I see only the background of
> > the site, and then, after a time, the whole page.
> > My client has recently requested to make something to improve the site
> > speed and display time.
> > So because all the site is done using the classes, and the information
> > is extracted through them, I reduced the instruction numbers, and I
> > compacted as much as I could the classes. But I still have the display
> > problem using IE browser : I see the background, and just after that I
> > see the whole site.
> > I mention that the classes are included, and the class function is
> > called through $this_class->function($parameters); Not all the classes
> > used in the page are called In the beginning; and another mention is
> > that the site pages contains 4 sections. Top, left, middle, & right.
> >
> > My question is:
> > Is there a way to display sequentially the site. After the background,
> > to display the first section (top), then left part, middle part and
> > right part after that ?
> > Again, the site loads like this : the background, then the whole page.
> > This doesn't matter if I use dial-up or T1.
> > My client saw, for example, that cnn or yahoo site loads sequentially.
> > Knowing that yahoo is done in php, I'm wondering how they did it.
> >
> > Thanks
> > Petre Nicoara
> Try flush() http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.flush.php
> Rich
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