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presence of javascript breaks page formatting

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Hi everyone,

I've got an odd problem that I have been unable to find a solution for.
The title says it all. The presence of a javascript block on my asp1.1
page is screwing up the formatting of the page - things become off
center, divs become smaller, etc... Without it, everything is peachy.

I have two <script> tags. One for server-side VB and one for
client-side javascript. The VB code does some DB access and the
javascript is supposed to perform validation on the form. I suppose I
could just do the validation in VB but I like the way Javascript uses
Regular Expressions.

Any thoughts? Thanks in advance!

Jeff

Mar 14 '06 #1
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can we see the javascript and vb <script> blocks that are on your page?

Mar 14 '06 #2

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