Problem with Expected 'Wend'

Hi i'm new to asp code!

I need some help with a line!
i'm trying to use 5 lines with different pictures into it. if its solved, picture good or if its bad, picture bad!
the problem i have is that its complaining about "wend"
how can i write this without getting the wend message??

if fldstatus > good then fldpicture1 = "<img src=""images/good.gif "">" 
elseif fldstatus > normal then fldpicture1 = "<img src=""images/normal.gif "">"

Error Type:
Microsoft VBScript compilation (0x800A03FA)
Expected 'Wend'


please help an old technician
admjenoAsked:
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pvginkelCommented:
There needs to be an endif at the end. Try to rewrite it to something like this:

if fldstatus > good then
  fldpicture1 = "<img src=""images/good.gif "">" 
elseif
  fldstatus > normal then fldpicture1 = "<img src=""images/normal.gif "">"
endif

ASP works in code blocks which you always need to end. It's not like php or C in that manner. There are no 1-line blocks.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
To know exactly what's going on, we need more information than that - you don't even have the while statement listed.

Though I assume "good" and "normal" are numeric values?

Also, Elseif is not used that way, it should look more like this:

if fldstatus > good then
    fldpicture1 = "<img src=""images/good.gif "">" 
elseif fldstatus > normal then
    fldpicture1 = "<img src=""images/normal.gif "">"
End if
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admjenoAuthor Commented:
Yes thats right! i'm using numeric values!
Is it something else i have to think about?
Thanks for your help!
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Like I said, more of your code would help answer the question and as we both said, your if statement needs to be modified.
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