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Dreamweaver does not support printing code in color. You'll have to export your code to a text editor that does print code in color.
cool....thanks for the response...
do you knwo of any editors that do this for mac?
I reccomend Notepad ++ for printing code in color...
HTH, take care.
"Ethereal_Mike" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Dreamweaver does not support printing code in color. You'll have to
> export your code to a text editor that does print code in color.
) Thanks for offering Gary. I've got the script working now, I just want
to read more about this header stuff. I'm not understanding it. I don't
know if it's specifically an image header, or why my variables were messing
it up, and why they're not now. Can I import this page? When I do, I get
the header error again, so what is causing that? Is this simply an image
header or does it have to do with the page itself? I don't know very much
about images or how they're created, so I'm wanting to understand the
mechanics of the stuff I'm working with.
http://demo.mediachurch.com/test/image.php is the working file
http://demo.mediachurch.com/test/image.txt is the text (slightly modified to
change RS info)
>>Can you give me some text I can search for to determine what exactly is
>>being called the header?
> Save a copy of the file with a .txt extension, upload it and post a
> link. I'll take a look. Specifically, you have a line that sends the
> file header with the content-type. I suspect that something is being
> sent before that line.