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    How to nest lots of html inside a for loop?

    Hello chaps,

    Im trying to write code which will repeat the same html (a table, including php) a number of times. Ive tried copying the html within the () of document.write() but this does not work. Besides, this doesnt seem like a very graceful solution as its about 20 lines of html.

    How else can I get this to work!? Perhaps there is a solution not requiring javascript?

    Thanks very much!

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    Your question is too general to answer if you don’t post your specific code/requirements.

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    If you have php, make the php do it.
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    Whatever you do don't use document.write unless all your visitors use Netscape 4 or earlier browsers.

    A better alternative for more modern browsers is to use innerHTML
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    Don't forget to start your JavaScript code with "use strict"; which makes it easier to find errors in your code.


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