Actually, the page looks fine if I upload it with those display
problems. One example is [url]http://www.drwhitaker.com/index_test.asp[/url]
There are definitely html comments showing the beginning and end of the
And the includes are not complete html files. They are only parts of
tables, rows, etc. Someone suggested defining the sites, but that did
Alan Ames wrote:
> url to a page like this?
> and in the page- are there html comments or other markers so the start and
> end of these includes can be found??
> as a guess- are these includes complete html files- with their own
> <html><head><body> ???
>>>>I recently upgraded from Dreamweaver 4 to MX. My site uses many include
>>statements and pages whose code view displayed properly in version 4 now
>>look scattered in the MX version. For example, version 4 would display
>>a left navigation include, a body of text, and the right navigation
>>include along the same line. MX shows the left include at the top left
>>of the page, the body text underneath it, and the right include below
>>that. This makes it difficult to make design changes accurately. Any
> Team Macromedia Volunteer for Dreamweaver
> Certified Dreamweaver MX Developer