Yep, you guys are right! Thanks for the help
"Justin French" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> I don't believe there is such a problem, because
> <DIV><? echo "foo"; ?></DIV>
> will get replaced with <DIV>foo</DIV> by the PHP parser. >> Thus by the
> time the content gets to the browser, it ISN'T PHP anymore -- it's HTML,
> What you should do is view the source of your processed page, to ensure
> your HTML around the problem area is valid, and correctly parsed. You may
> even want to run a HTML validator over it.
> Remember, once the page hits the browser, the code is the RESULT of the
> code, not the php code itself, thus, PHP code that produces correctly
> formatted HTML should not break any page. PHP code that creates poorly
> formatted or invalid HTML will break a page, just as if you did it
> with a text editor on a raw HTML page.
> Good luck.
> Justin French
> Creative Director
> on 25/04/02 4:52 AM, Robert ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> > Has anyone ever had trouble with Netscape not displaying a layer with
> > put any php code in it? Anyone know a source for reading more about it?
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