When I have a string with a blank in it, I am only getting the last part of the s.toString() returned to the browser. I am guessing I have to do something creative with quotes to resolve this problem but it is not jumping out at me.
Author and all-around good cowpoke
Joined: Mar 22, 2000
HTML attributes should be enclosed in quotes to avoid ambiguity and strange results.
Should be (if I got them all):
For years browsers have let you get away with no quotes but all new code should stick to strict XHTML standards. Bill