sorry but i hate when people do long strings of echo, its not only a pain to work with but its miserable to try to do normal code having to worry about quotes.
why dont you just turn off php
do your html
then turn php back on
and repeat the process. lol
the problem is if you do echo nothing inside that echo can have double quotes unless its a special formated var using dots so you made my point exactly why i hate long strings of echo. You had double quotes inside of double quotes, you cant do that. if your echo has double quotes to start, you can use single quotes inside of that but the next double quote better be the close of that echo, as i said unless its a special formated php var statement.
i left your session and row stuff alone, but you cant look at session that way you have to use print_r to do that, you can use the format you have only if you are looking at a particular key of session like
to see all of session you can do
and to see a certain part of session you do this
you need to fix that down there before running this
This is much cleaner
<!--- Main Head Starts --->
<link href="assets/jodohStyles.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="assets/style.css"/>
/* put style stuff here */