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Coding Problems

Part of creating a Web site is an understanding that it is extremely unlikely that a page or program is going to work correctly the first time you view it. Many times, this will be nothing more than a table cell width being off, and the change will take a few seconds to detect and correct. Unfortunately, there are also cases in which you can stare at your HTML page for hours and never determine what is going wrong.

When you take the already finicky HTML and toss in an embedded programming language, the result can be even more painful. What happens when you dynamically add HTML to the screen, but there is an error in the HTML code? Instead of having to debug in one place, suddenly you need to make the determination of whether the HTML code or the embedded language is causing the problem. Sometimes, it might even be both!


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