Absolutely correct, it would.
In this case, I'd put something in my code that checked for that and
stripped it down to whatever is inside of the body, perhaps taking some of
the body arguments (like bgcolor and the like) and making a style for the
div out of it. Set the appropriate properties on the div and load the
InnerHtml and away you go.
Your solution, with a web control, might be a better one in this case,
however. In my solution, I'd expect that the HTML coming out of the DB is
such that it's ready to be placed in the div.
"John Saunders" <com> wrote in message
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