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Nevermind if fixed it. Is there any way to make it send the email body with html tags?
I get this error:
Microsoft VBScript compilation error '800a0408'
/rcatest/test.asp, line 9
I used this tutorial Link
How do I include all of my output in the body?
Do I just surround all the output with something like
I have an Order Form which I run through an ASP script. This takes the information from the form and then displays it. Is there anyway to email what the ASP Script displays. Ive googled tutorials but...
Nevermind now the only issue I still have is that the sidebar is 1px off on the About Us, Contact Us, and Home page, when viewing the site in IE7.
Alright that seemed to make FF and IE outputs similar. I still have an issue with FF, the website is unaligned without the scrollbar, but it becomes aligned when you have a scrollbar.
What is a DTD? There are a lot, is there a big difference between them?
Right, what Mayday said. It looks like that in IE7 as well, I have made some changes to that link but still no luck. I can't seem to get it to all line up, and it looks different on both IE and FF...
Okay I think I did that same thing when I was debugging, except I couldnt tell that it stopped on that statement you told me. How did you know that it was the error and that it was looking for a...
Well I've never used a browser debugger before, I'm not sure how to step through. How do you step through and why does it error out?
I did, it's in my first post.
But I don't have 3 products I have 10.
But I have more than 3 products, I have 10.
Alright I ran the debugger and the iCnt value was always 3 no matter which product I chose. I found this odd, shouldn't it change? And why is it always 3?
My website will display fine in Firefox but it will become unaligned when displayed in IE. I've been pulling my hair out the past hour but every change I make to fix one breaks the other. Any help is...
I took over this website a little while back. The order form will only update the first three products, and that's only if I comment out the getTaxRate function. It doesn't update the Final Total...
I managed to fix the issue, thank you for your help though.
I added it but no luck. I've been messing around with it so the code, so the page might look different now. I don't think its an IE issue because I still notice the problem in Firefox 3.
I have a wrapper in my CSS right now that'd doing just that, at least I think it is.
Any ideas on how to get the rest to center? I'm on a 1280x1024 display and I still notice it.
The title is kind of hard to understand. Basically my website is perfectly in line when you have a scroll bar on the side of the screen, but when you don't things come out of line and you can notice...
I was wondering if someone could tell me if it is possible to take the navbar I made for the website, Website which was created using Dreamweaver and Fireworks, and convert it to CSS. What I am...
Forgive me if it came off like I didn't want to do any work, but the couple tutorials I looked through confused me so I thought someone here might be able to explain it better (simpler). But I think...
How would I go about doing it?