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Hi
I have an asp page.I have all the form tags, javascripts etc in that.
For e.g In my asp page I have mentioned my form tag as
<form name=frmupdateskill method=post>

and javascript as

<script language=javascript>
some code...
</script>
I send this asp page to my onsite person. When he replaces the old asp page with the one I sent the following are the things I come across.

The form tag now reads as

<form name="frmupdateskill" method="post">

and the javascript reads as

<script language="javascript">
some code...
</script>

The change I see is it replaces the form names and the javascript with double quotes
the form name reads"frmupdateskill" instead of frmupdateskill
javascript as "javascript" instead of javascript.

Can you please let me know how automatically does this happen altogether.

I checked with the onsite person and he tells me that he just replaces the file thats it its not at all a Human error.

Please let me know on this...

There are many such asp pages which I sent get converted into quotes..

Thanks
Prashant

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Jul 19 '05 #1
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Files don't change themselves. If you're seeing this in a view-source, some
browsers, such as Mozilla, show you their own interpretation of the source,
so maybe it's something like that that's going on.

Ray at home

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Hi
I have an asp page.I have all the form tags, javascripts etc in that.
For e.g In my asp page I have mentioned my form tag as
<form name=frmupdateskill method=post>

and javascript as

<script language=javascript>
some code...
</script>
I send this asp page to my onsite person. When he replaces the old asp page with the one I sent the following are the things I come across.
The form tag now reads as

<form name="frmupdateskill" method="post">

and the javascript reads as

<script language="javascript">
some code...
</script>

The change I see is it replaces the form names and the javascript with double quotes the form name reads"frmupdateskill" instead of frmupdateskill
javascript as "javascript" instead of javascript.

Can you please let me know how automatically does this happen altogether.

I checked with the onsite person and he tells me that he just replaces the file thats it its not at all a Human error.
Please let me know on this...

There are many such asp pages which I sent get converted into quotes..

Thanks
Prashant

-----------------------------
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Jul 19 '05 #2
I would guess it's your editor. I know if I switch to WYSIWYG mode in
Interdev, then go back to HTML view, all of my tables get properties put in
that I didn't put in.

<po*******@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:29*************@Asp.ForumsZone.com...
Hi
I have an asp page.I have all the form tags, javascripts etc in that.
For e.g In my asp page I have mentioned my form tag as
<form name=frmupdateskill method=post>

and javascript as

<script language=javascript>
some code...
</script>
I send this asp page to my onsite person. When he replaces the old asp page with the one I sent the following are the things I come across.
The form tag now reads as

<form name="frmupdateskill" method="post">

and the javascript reads as

<script language="javascript">
some code...
</script>

The change I see is it replaces the form names and the javascript with double quotes the form name reads"frmupdateskill" instead of frmupdateskill
javascript as "javascript" instead of javascript.

Can you please let me know how automatically does this happen altogether.

I checked with the onsite person and he tells me that he just replaces the file thats it its not at all a Human error.
Please let me know on this...

There are many such asp pages which I sent get converted into quotes..

Thanks
Prashant

-----------------------------
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Jul 19 '05 #3
Hi,

I think having double quotes like this is a good practise anyway, anyone disagree for a reason?

Some time before, I forgot to use double quotes for <INPUT ......value=keyboard and mouse> and and mouse got truncated when displayed on the form.

Regards,
Conax

<po*******@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:29*************@Asp.ForumsZone.com...
Hi
I have an asp page.I have all the form tags, javascripts etc in that.
For e.g In my asp page I have mentioned my form tag as
<form name=frmupdateskill method=post>

and javascript as

<script language=javascript>
some code...
</script>


I send this asp page to my onsite person. When he replaces the old asp page with the one I sent the following are the things I come across.

The form tag now reads as

<form name="frmupdateskill" method="post">

and the javascript reads as

<script language="javascript">
some code...
</script>

The change I see is it replaces the form names and the javascript with double quotes
the form name reads"frmupdateskill" instead of frmupdateskill
javascript as "javascript" instead of javascript.

Can you please let me know how automatically does this happen altogether.

I checked with the onsite person and he tells me that he just replaces the file thats it its not at all a Human error.

Please let me know on this...

There are many such asp pages which I sent get converted into quotes..

Thanks
Prashant

-----------------------------
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Jul 19 '05 #4
Quotes are required if there is a space in the value, because the space is
seen as a delimiter, otherwise it is not unless you want to validate your
HTML with W3C or similar.

Also, please only use plain text in newsgroups.

--
Roland

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"Conax" <Co******@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

I think having double quotes like this is a good practise anyway, anyone
disagree for a reason?

Some time before, I forgot to use double quotes for <INPUT
......value=keyboard and mouse> and and mouse got truncated when displayed on
the form.

Regards,
Conax

<po*******@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:29*************@Asp.ForumsZone.com...
Hi
I have an asp page.I have all the form tags, javascripts etc in that.
For e.g In my asp page I have mentioned my form tag as
<form name=frmupdateskill method=post>

and javascript as

<script language=javascript>
some code...
</script>
I send this asp page to my onsite person. When he replaces the old asp page with the one I sent the following are the things I come across.
The form tag now reads as

<form name="frmupdateskill" method="post">

and the javascript reads as

<script language="javascript">
some code...
</script>

The change I see is it replaces the form names and the javascript with double quotes the form name reads"frmupdateskill" instead of frmupdateskill
javascript as "javascript" instead of javascript.

Can you please let me know how automatically does this happen altogether.

I checked with the onsite person and he tells me that he just replaces the file thats it its not at all a Human error.
Please let me know on this...

There are many such asp pages which I sent get converted into quotes..

Thanks
Prashant

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Jul 19 '05 #5

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