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Try the Literal Control or the PlaceHolder server controls. HTH. Mark [url]www.dovetaildatabases.com[/url] "Steve" <stevemintonweb.com> wrote in message news:099601c34560$5617c080$a001280aphx.gbl... > What is the best method if I want to write HTML directly > for part of my page? I couldn't find a server control > where the HTML stream could be specified directly by > code. Is it still OK to use <% %> directives as one > would in ASP? The ASP.NET doentation doesn't mention > that as a possibility, therefore I was worried it is > depracated somehow....

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    Default Re: writing HTML directly

    Try the Literal Control or the PlaceHolder server controls. HTH.

    Mark
    [url]www.dovetaildatabases.com[/url]

    "Steve" <stevemintonweb.com> wrote in message
    news:099601c34560$5617c080$a001280aphx.gbl...
    > What is the best method if I want to write HTML directly
    > for part of my page? I couldn't find a server control
    > where the HTML stream could be specified directly by
    > code. Is it still OK to use <% %> directives as one
    > would in ASP? The ASP.NET doentation doesn't mention
    > that as a possibility, therefore I was worried it is
    > depracated somehow.

    Mark Guest

  2. #2

    Default Re: writing HTML directly

    Hello Steve

    Yes...you can use the <% %> in asp net.

    You can also use Response.Write, or you can create a HTML div tag, set its
    Runat property to Server and then modify its InnerHTML property just to
    name a couple of possibilities


    Ibrahim Malluf




    "Steve" <stevemintonweb.com> wrote in message
    news:099601c34560$5617c080$a001280aphx.gbl...
    > What is the best method if I want to write HTML directly
    > for part of my page? I couldn't find a server control
    > where the HTML stream could be specified directly by
    > code. Is it still OK to use <% %> directives as one
    > would in ASP? The ASP.NET doentation doesn't mention
    > that as a possibility, therefore I was worried it is
    > depracated somehow.

    IbrahimMalluf Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: writing HTML directly

    You can still use the <% %> method as well. I occasionally use this method
    to write out the contents of JavaScript variables that I need dynamically
    generated...


    "Steve" <stevemintonweb.com> wrote in message
    news:099601c34560$5617c080$a001280aphx.gbl...
    > What is the best method if I want to write HTML directly
    > for part of my page? I couldn't find a server control
    > where the HTML stream could be specified directly by
    > code. Is it still OK to use <% %> directives as one
    > would in ASP? The ASP.NET doentation doesn't mention
    > that as a possibility, therefore I was worried it is
    > depracated somehow.

    Kenn Ghannon Guest

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