On 2002.01.09 02:00:55 -0600 universal2001 wrote:

> so I tired to use (echo) like this:
> echo "<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="639">
>   <tr>
>     <td><img src="img_heading/spacer.gif" width="25" height="1"
> border="0"></td>
>   </tr>
>   <tr>
>     <td colspan="11"><img name="index_r1_c1"
> src="img_heading/index_r1_c1.gif" width="639" height="5" border="0"></td>
>     <td><img src="img_heading/spacer.gif" width="1" height="5"
> border="0"></td>
>   </tr>
>   <tr>
>     <td rowspan="5"><img name="index_r2_c1"
> src="img_heading/index_r2_c1.gif" width="25" height="43" border="0"></td>

Try to think like a computer program. It sees the command:
echo "<table border="
followed by a (meaningless to it) 0 and more quoted text, and another 0, 

The first and last quotes are really part of your command to php, the 
others should be treated as harmless text and passed on to the browser as 
part of your html. You can tell php to treat quotes as text by escaping 
them: putting a \ in front of them like this:

echo "<table border=\"0\">";

Or you could drop out of php mode entirely to do your html like this:

...php stuff here ...

<table border="0">

...more php stuff...

One of these methods should get you going.


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