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Hi,
I want to display html tags in my webpage. I them to be in a table.
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Aseem
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Hi aseem,
You have to use the ascii equivalents for "<" and ">", which is "&lt;!", and "&gt;".

Sincerely,
Jason

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by:Timbuk3
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man... beat me to it, hehe... except that the command for "<" is "&lt;" not "&lt;!"  <--- no "!" in there... probably just a type-o it looks like.
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Hi Timbuk3,
Hee, hee, yes I knew this question would be answered quick so I acted quicker.<grin>

Sincerely,
Jason

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by:aseem072898
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If I want to display
<HTML>
<HEAD>
</HEAD>
</HTML>
 how should the tag look like?
Regards,
Aseem
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by:martinag
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&lt;HTML>
&lt;HEAD>
&lt;/HEAD>
&lt;/HTML>

Martin
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Thanks Martin
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