This sort of problem usually occurs when there is a coding error. Use the validator, The W3C Markup Validation Service , to check your document.
If that did not help, please upload the page to a temporary location and supply the link. That way we can see first hand what is going on.
Thanks Ben I will follow that advice and let you know
I am confident it is not a coding error as I have scoured the code and no errors are visible
The document is a html. php code would stand out and trigger Dreamweaver error prompting response
Thanks for responding
On line #761 or thereabout change <?article> to <article>
Edit: Change the first four lines from
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
This should take care of a lot of the markup errors.
OzeWaz wroteI am confident it is not a coding error as I have scoured the code and no errors are visible
Famous last words. We all make coding mistakes. It comes with the territory.
DW CC comes with built-in Validation and an Output panel that displays errors in real time.
If you work with PHP files, you can switch to Live Code and then validate your Live Document. That's really helpful when your document contains scripts + HTML and you need to ensure that the parsed code is error-free.
Hi Ben Thank It was the<?article> Removed the "?" and bingo full screen display returned
After 9 hours of coding failed to relieve the shift key before hitting the "/".
Who would have thought that this could do so much damage. But then i realized that "?" is high order character in php
And thank to Nancy for giving your suggestions
Learns something new today
Mark this one as "Answered"
Plus my many thanks