but the questions are waaay too basic......so i suggested you buy a book....not trying to "belittle" you<BR><BR><BR>But before you get your panties in a bunch...this post was NOT an ASP post and it is in the ASP forum(typically for ASP questions)....so i could have always said take it to the HTML Q&A forum(typically for HTML questions like this one)<BR><BR><BR>Having said that.....hope you got the answers to the "only 2 questions" you had<BR><BR><BR>
Is VBcrlf() a function in ASP? If so I was asking how when you have asp create the html if you could format the way it looks when you Right click and view source. That's all I want to do. And YES it is ASP that my questions are regarding.
is vbCrLf() will work in ASP but for you to see it in the BROWSER, you will have to use HTML, it will only work in the view source<BR><BR><BR>the <BR> will break the line but the "right" way will be to put it in a table<BR><BR>So NO your question is not about ASP<BR><BR><BR>
I don't care about what the browser has. I have all that lined up. I am trying to simplify how many open and closed ASP tags I have so I'm trying to Response.Write out all of the HTML from ASP. All my formating is fine. I just want for my sake if I view source to be able to view the HTML in a manageable fashion.
vbCrLf is *NOT* a function, at all at all at all.<BR><BR>Is is NOTHING MORE than a *string constant*.<BR><BR>Click on "VBScript Reference" in the left panel of this page.<BR>Click on "Constants" in the list of topics that appears.<BR>Click on "String constants" in the list of constant types that appears.<BR><BR>*READ* what vbCrLf *really* is!<BR><BR>It's a heluva lot simpler than a function, honest.<BR><BR>