Am Mittwoch 20 August 2008 19:59:37 schrieb Christian Theune:
> On Wed, 2008-08-20 at 19:34 +0200, Hermann Himmelbauer wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a page template, that should have the characters "<" and ">" in
> > the resulting HTML code, e.g.:
> > <input type="hidden", name="xyz", value="<ABC>" />
> > Zope3 makes a < / &rt; out of the "<>" characters:
> > <input type="hidden", name="xyz", value="<ABC&rt;"
> > Is there a way to get around this automatic conversion? I tried it via:
> > <input ....
> > tal:attributes="value python:'<ABC>'" />
> > But this makes no difference.
> > Any clues?
> > Best Regards,
> > Hermann
> > P.S.: I know, this seems to make no sense, but the page is a template for
> > another, foreign application, which needs this specific values as
> > placeholders and which I can not adapt...
> My memory says and the HTML validator acknowledges it: this *is* broken.
> PT is designed to not do that.
> Here's how it *might* work:
> Take a view that generates the broken HTML snippet, like:
> class View:
> def code(self):
> return '<input value="<broken>"/>'
> And in your template do:
> <div tal:replace="structure view/code"/>
> I didn't test it and I'm not sure it works. It might, though.
Yes, many thanks for that, this did the trick! Interestingly, something like
this did not work::
<input value="" tal:attributes="value view/attrcode" />
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