MVC :: Rendering HTML From Database?

Jul 17, 2010 04:40 AM

I have the following line of code in an MVC2 project but I cant get it to render the HTML from the database, all I that is displayed is the HTML.

<%: (Model.Blog.BlogDetail)%>

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Aug 13, 2010 12:08 PM

I cannot seem to get over this problem. Im sure it is just a simple newbie question but I just cannot find the right answer on my own.

Im using MVC 2 and ASP. NET 4.0 to biuld simple CMS. Im storing encoded HTML in XML file which then i am passing to front page controller for display.

I understand that before inserting HTML from XML into the page, it should be decoded using HttpUtility.Decode() function.

[Code]....

I expected that this sould result in inserting decoded HTML into my index.aspx page. Then browser could render my decoded content for example in bold face.

What happens is quite awkward. In page source I have encoded HTML but it renders HTML with tags. For example I see "<strong> Lorem ipsum </stong>", instead of Lorem Ipsum.

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Are there any documentation that shows for each asp.net control, what the rendered html for that control will be? I understand that some controls will probably change it's output due to how it's configured, but most controls will at least follow a pattern here.

The best would of course be a service on the web where you can put in the asp.net control definition and get the rendered html out. Currently I have to put a control into my webform, run it and check the source in the browser, and if it's not the correct html tag, try another control and repeat. That get's tedious quite fast.

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this is what I want

<a href='#'>test</a>

this is what i get

<a href='#'>test</a>

This is my code

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Aug 10, 2010 05:31 PM

What I am dealing with is a collection of data from 3rd party sites, some xml, some thumbnail images already.I essentially have an asp page that uses vb to collected the data and display it with some minor formating in a <div>, I use a literal control and a stringBuilder to put together the html and output it to the literal.

Here is my asp.net code

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Jan 12 10 at 10:48

I am writing an application that renders a list of "Job" objects from an AJAX JSON response.

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The question, then, is how to render the HTML based on user input? I've seen some examples of having your markup template on the page then use JQuery to clone it and populate with the relevant data the insert it into the DOM.

The problem with this is that the template contains visible content (images and suchlike) and the application needs to degrade, so I have a repeater on the page that the severside code and populate on page load if JS is not available.

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Aug 19, 2009 02:58 PM

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Apr 26, 2010 02:10 PM

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Code:

string xyz = "message1" + some line break character(s) + "message2";

ViewData["Messages"] = xyz;[code]..

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Nov 21, 2009 05:48 PM

I've been begining to learn asp.net mvc and noticed one of the first examples from wrox begining mvc is an unordered list, and it renders very clean compared to a list from listview in asp.net web forms. I notice that the is alot of blank or empty spaces in the rendered html.

I suppose that a blank html line is better than alot of additional code in the html lines (view state, server ids , etc) but sooner or later as the code approaches 100 lines than you could easily have a 300 line html souce code with 100 blank lines (if you had nothing but unordered lists).

Does anyone see that this is ok because mvc is still in version 1 (beta 2) or that a web browser will easily skip a line of blank html and it just a developer preference to see on blank lines in html code?Any feedback on MVC rendering blank lines in html for unordered lists with regards to SEO, web browser performance, html best practices, or just developer perference is welcome

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So the code for this might look like:
(http://www.mydomain.com/Home/Index)

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Maybe this is not a good idea as another thread has to spin up to server a partial view?

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And the outputted HTML is this:

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Is there some particular reason it does not add the "checked" attribute when the value is true?

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Master:

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<asp:HyperLink NavigateUrl="Page2.aspx" runat="server" Text="Page 2" />

both the Page1 and Page2 gets rendered from above master page.

all three are in a vertual directory which is mapped as a subdomain here are the details:

Virtual Drectory: dirvir
Domain: dirvir.example.com

now when I open any of the page say:

http://dirvir.example.com/Page1.aspx

the Hyperlinks are rendered containing

href="../virdir/Page1.aspx"
href="../virdir/Page2.aspx"

respectively.

On click of them it takes me to

http://dirvir.example.com/dirvir/Page1.aspx
http://dirvir.example.com/dirvir/Page2.aspx

where as I wanted it to be

http://dirvir.example.com/Page1.aspx
http://dirvir.example.com/Page2.aspx

I can achive the same by using <a> but i need them on the code behind too so thats not desired.

Note: using <a> with runat server also behaves in the same way HyperLink does.

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for example:

[Code]....

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first I found Response.OutputStream, but it was unreadable.

then I found in asp.net we could override Page's Render method to achieve it,but I don't know in webmatrix how to do it.

and in MVC we could use ActionFilter, but I really don't find how to achieve it in webmatrix.

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Aug 31, 2009 08:57 PM

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I have some vague notions of JQuery. I know how to bind to the onchange event of the Select element, and call the $.ajax() function, for example.

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Aug 20, 2010 04:14 PM

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Mar 27, 2007 02:07 AM

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I keep getting an exception whenever I run the following code:

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HtmlTextWriter htmlTW =
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tempPage.DesignerInitialize();
tempPage.RenderControl(htmlTW);
tempPage = null;
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Nov 29, 2008 09:13 PM

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As
New HtmlTextWriter(SW)
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Dim SW
As
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As
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