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APS table usage

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Last Modified: 2015-07-24
I have a user control developed a long time ago in asp.net 1.1 VS2003 and it has a table that displays detail info about a policy. Now I have upgraded the web app to .NET 4.0 and using HTML 4.01. The older version is running on the internet and when I come to the form that has this control on it, there is the possibility of having more than one value on one of the rows of data. When this happens there is a <asp:PlaceHolder to hold the additional value in the Insured First 5 Names and everything is supposed to shift down. If it only has one value then it only has one row and everything is ok. If it has more then one value it has as many rows as needed.  Im not sure where this is going wrong but I did upgrade this to HTML 4.01 so Im thinking something is going wrong there. If you look at the correct pic and then the incorrect pic maybe it will become more clear. I had to erase some of the info on the page but hopefully you can tell whats going on. There is 5 Insured Names and everything is supposed to shift down but its not in the new version. Any help would be appreciated

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