Ok so I have the following code for a table with CSS rules designed to "collapse the table horizontally" on smaller screens...
<table> <thead class="thead"> <tr> <th>a</th> <th>b</th> <th>c</th> <th>d</th> <th>e</th> <th>f</th> <th>g</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td data-label="a">1</td> <td data-label="b">2</td> <td data-label="c">3</td> <td data-label="d">4</td> <td data-label="e">5</td> <td data-label="f">6</td> <td data-label="g"> <div class="class1"> <button type="button" class="btn"> <span class="btn_span">btn</span><span class="caret"></span> </button> <ul class="class2"> <li></li> <li></li> </ul> </div> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
It works perfectly when saved as a .html file, however when the exact same code is saved as a .php file (just change file extension,) it fails to collapse correctly on smaller screens.
So my question is... What would make this identical code work perfectly as a html file but not as a php file?
Something to do with encoding I am guessing, but I just cant figure it out and I have wasted so much time on it. If I check the source code of the php version it is exactly the same as the html version.
Anyone come across simalar issues where html works as a html file but not as a php file?
Edited by NuGG: typo