Alright, I finished the tutorial but it turns out, that wasn’t the answer to my problem. It was directly related to my header code. If I had listened to your advice in the beginning and changed it to the doc type to html5, I’m sure I wouldn’t be having this problem. Here is the code I had to delete to make my page run smoothly.
< ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
Thanks for all your help. I’ll post back if I’m having any other issues but it looks like it should be smooth sailing from here. Cheers!
How can I include header & footer if my content page is inside sub folder. Could you plz tell me what script i’ve to use if my pages inside folder / sub folder. so far i know and see here:
< ?php include 'header.php'; ?>
if my pages without folder.
hrechkaness you’re the MAN. I have two more weeks before graduation in a Web MultiMedia Design class. I love it from UX to php. The instructors just touch on php the rest is on me.
Just reading your post and comments have got me where I wanted to be with the include tag.
If you call this piece of code in a HTML page that contains references to CSS and JS files, then I suppose you need to place all files in the same folder as header.PHP so that the server knows where to call the php scripts?