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How do I create html so that , , won't be executed, but will show up on my website as is? I need a method that allows quotes, not &lt.

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  • JonathanJonathan Posts: 2,914Member
    : How do I create html so that , , won't be
    : executed, but will show up on my website as is? I need a method
    : that allows quotes, not &lt.

    Not sure if this is what you want, but you can always save the stuff you don't want to be rendered (or executed in your words) as a .txt file on the server. If you want to include the stuff on an HTML page include it using an inline frame (iframe). May work.

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  • disco_studisco_stu Posts: 44Member
    : : How do I create html so that , , won't be
    : : executed, but will show up on my website as is? I need a method
    : : that allows quotes, not &lt.
    :
    : Not sure if this is what you want, but you can always save the stuff you don't want to be rendered (or executed in your words) as a .txt file on the server. If you want to include the stuff on an HTML page include it using an inline frame (iframe). May work.
    :
    : Jonathan

    Well, that isn't exactly what I want, but that would work. I used Microsoft Word and clicked 'replace all' and I replaced all of the > with &gt and all of the < with &lt. I was, however, hoping that there was something in html (I'm using html 4.01 strict) that would allow it all to be written out with only a beginning and closing like , but that didn't work.
  • JonathanJonathan Posts: 2,914Member
    : Well, that isn't exactly what I want, but that would work. I used
    : Microsoft Word and clicked 'replace all' and I replaced all of the >
    : with &gt and all of the < with &lt. I was, however, hoping that
    : there was something in html (I'm using html 4.01 strict) that would
    : allow it all to be written out with only a beginning and closing
    : like , but that didn't work.

    I am not aware of any no-render tags or haven't heard of any, no.

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  • disco_studisco_stu Posts: 44Member
    : : Well, that isn't exactly what I want, but that would work. I used
    : : Microsoft Word and clicked 'replace all' and I replaced all of the >
    : : with &gt and all of the < with &lt. I was, however, hoping that
    : : there was something in html (I'm using html 4.01 strict) that would
    : : allow it all to be written out with only a beginning and closing
    : : like , but that didn't work.
    :
    : I am not aware of any no-render tags or haven't heard of any, no.
    :
    : Jonathan
    :
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    :
    :

    Okay...I was hoping that there was, but apparently not. Thanks for the info.
  • awulfawulf Posts: 40Member
    if you want a none frame answer, you can put the code between textarea tags. everything between the and will show up in that input box. and you can set the rows and cols to any size you want and spice it up with css if you want it to look like the same font and such as the page your imbedding it in.
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