Msg#: 4368037 posted 11:03 am on Sep 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
I took a look and saw the code and that's the problem. You cannot place PHP code directly into a Post or Page as it will not be processed. You either need to use a Plugin that processes the PHP OR (the better way) is to build a custom page.
If you install one of the plugins that allows WP to process PHP then go back to the page where you pasted that code and be sure to click on the HTML tab (far right corner of the editor box). Then paste your code in.
If you paste your code into the editor while in visual mode, those < > will be converted into their HTML code equivalents - and effective disable the script.
To learn more about customizing WordPress, go here: [codex.wordpress.org...] Yes, I know it's a LOT to absorb - but that's what you need to do if you want to learn. :)