I looked at that, and I have never been scared so much by code... somebody... hold me.

But seriously, you cannot put a h# inside a span, and I do not even want to know what using -style in start_html() does... my nightmares have been covered since my mother asked me for my opinion on the Victoria's Secret catelog she got in the mail (One of her, is very sadistic)

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: A "newbies" thoughts on cgi.pm... by dakedesu
in thread A "newbies" thoughts on cgi.pm... by BUU

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