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Hey guys... I'm learning PHP, i know html and css.. though its been a LONG time from the last time i used it... So if you can can you look at this:Notes:What im trying to do, is have it show how many files i have listed in each string.. which php adds... in the Upper Right Hand Corner.... basically this: "History = $fhis Math = $fmath Science = $fsci English = $feng Computer= $fcomp" So if you guys know a way to make a cool looking box in the upper-right hand corner, please give me the code!!!!Thanks.....

<html><head><title>Files</title></head><body><style type="text/css">div.files{border:2px double gray;right: 5px;vertical-align:top;}table.files {border:3px double blue;right: 10px;vertical-align:top;height:70px;width:100px;}</style><?php$his = "<h1>";$ehis = "</h1>";$math = "<h2>";$emath = "</h2>";$sci = "<h3>";$esci = "</h3>";$eng = "<h4>";$eeng = "</h4>";$comp = "<h5>";$ecomp = "<h6>";$fhis = 0;$fmath = 0;$fsci = 0;$feng = 2;$fcomp = 0;$total = $fhis + $fmath + $fsci + $feng + $fcomp;echo "There are $total files stored in our records";?><div id=files><table id="files"><tr><td><?php echo "History = $fhis Math = $fmath Science = $fsci English = $feng Computer= $fcomp"; ?>   </td></tr></table></div></body></html>

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Why dont you try compiling the code?

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BTW:

<html><head><title>Files</title></head><body><style type="text/css">div.files{border:2px double gray;right: 5px;vertical-align:top;}table.files {border:3px double blue;right: 10px;vertical-align:top;height:70px;width:100px;}</style><?php$his = "<h1>";$ehis = "</h1>";$math = "<h2>";$emath = "</h2>";$sci = "<h3>";$esci = "</h3>";$eng = "<h4>";$eeng = "</h4>";$comp = "<h5>";$ecomp = "<h6>";$fhis = 0;$fmath = 0;$fsci = 0;$feng = 2;$fcomp = 0;$total = $fhis + $fmath + $fsci + $feng + $fcomp;echo "There are ".$total." files stored in our records";?><div id=files><table id="files"><tr><td><?php echo "History = ."$fhis." Math = ".$fmath." Science = ".$fsci". English = ".$feng." Computer= ."$fcomp"; ?>   </td></tr></table></div></body></html>

Close the string and add a '.' to add a string inside a variable.E.G: echo "Hello".$some_var_containing_world;

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Actually sniffy, you only need to do that for functions. So his is fine right now. No need for extra work! But whats happening right now? Any error or anything, if you just want it to look nice then you will need to either make it yourself or fine some code that you think looks nice.

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