Take a look at the source HTML in your browser - you may be getting some "<" for example which would do that.
I really can't tell what it is for sure, but looking at the HTML source is generally a good idea... Bogdan Yuan Lu wrote: >I am new to PHP and MySQL, and appreciate your help greatly. > >I create a simple one table database to list the seminar list. The fields >are name of the speaker and the title along with other information. I used >phpMyAdmin-2.2.1 to input the data and see that all the fields , including >the fields that I couldn't get the values as described below, have proper >values. > >When I retrieve all the fields from the same database from my little PHP >program and display the result on a webpage (I use "select * from seminars >order by datestr desc" to retrieve the records), I noticed that some records >missed the name of the speaker field. Of about 80 records, I have 10 records >have this problems. > >Does anyone have any idea what's going on here? > >Thanks for the help. > >Yua Lu > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php