thanx for the reply no2pencil
i've had other problems with this form whilst with a .php extension, but i suppose those will have to be overcome... if a "one won't work with the other" scenario, as in the form.
your help is much appreciated
Well, it's possible that it's in an object context, it's just not likely. You can jump out of and back into HTML in PHP, it's just not good...at all...
I actually have header and footer files that use $this->doSomething(); even though there's no apparent class, because they're included and eval'd in a class (which is based in a templateClass.php file)...just wanted to point that out to you
It's actually impossible to tell with what little code he posted though.