David Bear wrote:

I'm attempting to use a zpt to read/render an html file. Just using something like


<div tal:content="here/htmlfolder/file.html"> stufff </div>

puts the 'escaped' contents of the file.html in the div section. I seem to remember something about cooked body or uncooked to get the non-rendered contents of the html file.

any pointers?

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David Bear
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David,

Maybe "tal:content="structure here/htmlfolder/file.html"> ? I use the "structure" key word to include things like CSS, and (python) dynamically generated JavaScript - maybe it will work fo you in this case.

David H






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