MVC :: Controlling HTML Elements In Controller's Code?

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I pick up on the nerddinners examples, following Professional.ASP.NET.MVC wrox book. but now i'm doing some modifications for my own account. On traditionl it was possible to interact with html elements (divs, textbox, etc... )On MVC 2 is that possible or any interaction with html must be done with jquery and how? Because i'm trying to manipulate an html element on my Controller page(DinnerController.ASPX and i had no reference to html div, as i initially supose.

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