I wrote html library functions because I got tired of escaping all the quotes. There are 4 parts, html.php, lists.php, forms.php, and tables.php, but they function
independently. There is also a copy of each file that returns strings instead of printing out the html information. They can work together. If these get good ratings I'll post
the ones that return strings, too.
As I promised, though a bit late, here are the same functions out of html.php that return strings. This is related to liststr.php, formstr.php, and tablestr.php. These files can
be included with any of the original ones that don't return strings, but note the functions are named with a postfixed "_str".
A modified version of lists.php, this one returns strings instead of printing html. It is related to htmlstr.php, formstr.php, and tablestr.php. It can be included with any/all
related files, but if included along with lists.php, remember the function names are postfixed with a "_str". See example for details
This is the string-returning form of tables.php. It can work together with htmlstr.php, liststr.php, and formstr.php. It can be included with any/all related files, but remember
that if included along with tables.php, the function names that return strings are postfixed with a "_str". See example code for details.