Then what you're doing should work perfectly fine. Can you give more 
details about the error received?

The reason I ask is because a Web browser will submit the exact same 
request for that URL that you do when you type it in yourself. Thus, if 
you don't see any PHP code, neither should the browser when it tries to 
execute that as javascript.


Georgie Casey wrote:

>The Javascript has to be called from other servers, some who might not even
>support PHP. And yeah, when you actually visit the URL, it displays perfect

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