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Old November 17th, 2009, 06:34 PM
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No no no, you misunderstood me. First of all, you're not bothering me. I could simply decide ignore you if you did. ;-)

But you misunderstood my request. I asked you about the *client side* code; e.g. the HTML that ends up in the browser. This has nothing to do with server side code or stored procedures; but simply with the final HTML that ends up at the clinet.
Since you said the HTML looked good (or at least contained what you expected), it was clearly a client side issue, so looking at just the client HTML would have shed some light on the issue.

See what I mean? Are you aware of the differences between client side and server side code? (Not being funny, I see many developers that don't)

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