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> I then selected the code view,
> pasted the code and uploaded the page.
Your post is missing one vital thing.
The url address to the uploaded page.
Can you post a link to the sample?
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it looks fine on the web, but as soon as I pasted the code into the source, the design view lost the table structure and the Item, Name, Price, Buy became jumbled together. Why am I seeing a difference between Design View and what I see on the web?
> it looks fine on the web
I'm positive the page's code was ganked before you started inserting the
There's fragments of <tr> and <td> at the top of the page, with no opening
<table>, and fragments of them also below the main "real" table with no
closing </table> tags.
It looks like a several years old page (Microsoft FrontPage 4.0) that was
just built once and added to, never laid out and designed- suggest just
start with a clean blank page instead of trying to sort out the syntax
problems and adding more "stuff" to a ganked up page.
for info- when dw shows tags in yellow highlights in the code AND in the
design view, it's because it's seeing code it can't make sense of.