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I am trying to generate a HTML code with php and I have some problmes:

This is what I want:

<form id="FormName" action="artikkel.php" method="get" name="FormName">Lock: <input type="text" name="passlock" size="24" /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="open" /></form>

How can I put this in the php script?

Something like this:

echo "<form id='FormName' action='artikkel.php' method='get' name='FormName'>Lock: <input type='text'name='passlock' size='24' /> <input type='submit' name='submit' value='open' /></form>';

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Question by:Hans Inge Hagen
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echo '<form id="FormName" action="artikkel.php" method="get" name="FormName">Lock: <input type="text" name="passlock" size="24" /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="open" /></form>';
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echo "<form id='FormName' action='artikkel.php' method='get' name='FormName'>Lock: <input type='text'name='passlock' size='24' /> <input type='submit' name='submit' value='open' /></form>';

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echo "<form id='FormName' action='artikkel.php' method='get' name='FormName'>Lock: <input type='text'name='passlock' size='24' /> <input type='submit' name='submit' value='open' /></form>";  <---- double quote to close your echo statement
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by:Roonaan
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There is no need to put those amounts of html inside a php echo if you don't add variable data to it. You can just end your php block post the html, and return to php:

  // php code
?>

<form id="FormName" action="artikkel.php" method="get" name="FormName">Lock: <input type="text" name="passlock" size="24" /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="open" /></form>

<?php
  // some more php code

Kind regards

-r-
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