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Old 09-04-2007, 06:55 PM
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Talking text area limitations

first off i'm using dreamweaver 3 for my site www.digital-demonz.com (constructive criticism with examples welcome)

I started a friend train on my page, www.digital-demonz.com/partners.html In the text area you can copy and paste the HTML into a myspace bulletin. In order to get the text area to display the HTML correctly i converted it to ASCII. After I added the last person to the train, there was so much ASCII code that the "init val" box could hold no more and part of the HTML got cut off.

i need a way to put more ASCII code in or a better way of displaying HTML. thanks.

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Old 09-05-2007, 12:20 PM
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OK, i heard the best way to display the coding would be to use a frameset, but it doesn't look good, and i can't get it to work anyway. Any ideas?
 
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