Ok, I figured out that just using echo seems to be the best way to do this
under PHP.  In ASP, you can end your code block and start in with HTML, but
I couldn't get that to work with PHP.  However, I was able to just use the
echo statement to get the conditional HTML I wanted to show up when the
proper condition was met in the If Else statement.


"Brad Melendy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hello,
> I'm trying to execute some HTML in an IF ELSE statement.  I'm trying
> something like:
> <?php
>     if (strstr($DomResults,$Match))
>     print "Congratulations!  $domain.$suffix is available!";
> ?>
>     <form method="POST" action="step2.asp" name="form2">
>       <p><input type="submit" value="Register" name="B1"></p>
>     </form>
> <?php
>    else
>     print "Sorry, $domain.$suffix is already taken.";
> ?>
> Basically, it works great without the form I'm trying to insert, but with
> the form after the IF statement, it fails.  Is what I want to do against
> rules?  I'm converting an ASP script I have to PHP and I have it all
> under ASP.  That means it should be eaiser with PHP right?  ;-)  Thanks in
> advance.
> ...Brad

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