> I consider mixing logic - loops, print statements, anything - with HTML,
> a bad thing.  Period.
> 
> It is the responsibility of the web designer to play all of the crazy
> games with html to make it look good.  It is not their responsibility to
> know *anything* about the backend code, even to the point of writing a
> simple loop that calls it.  Likewise, it is not the responsibility of
> the backend coder to muck around in the HTML adding in loops and if
> statements, and certainly not to maintain this when the web designer
> does a major restructuring.

I've seen so many cases where i don't see a way to get around
conditionals in the html code.

How do you solve these with IOWA?

Like this "homepage" problem i explained in my previous post.

Greetings,
Erich