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Posted on 2013-07-01
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Hi All

On this page http://www.petenetlive.com/KB/Article/0000828.htm

Above the table I have /tr> displaying?

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Where is that coming from! Firebug shows me it in the code, but it's not in the code for the page, I can see it's a broken end of table row tag but I cant find it?

Anyone see where it is coming from?
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Question by:Pete Long
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All you need to do to find such things is look at view source in firefox and the errant </tr> will show up in bright red.

Line 683 in view source on Firefox you have this:
/tr&gt;
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look for perfmon.msc in the html source (line 682)
underneath there's /tr&gt; </tr>
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by:Pete Long
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Outstanding - ThanQ!
Special thanks to tommyBoy for arming me with the knowledge to fix it next time!


Pete
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by:Tom Beck
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Teach a man to fish...

Thanks for the points.
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