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Manipulating HTML from Server Controls

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I am working with SharePoint 2003. I am using an existing webpart as a
child control (server control). I need to access/manipulate the HTML that
the control outputs prior to rendering it to the the page. The control
outputs a list in a one-column table format. I need to access the contents
of the rows and output them with restrictions in my own table format. Do
you have any examples of manipulating the HTML of a server control prior to
rendering it to a page?

Thank-you,
Barb
Nov 15 '05 #1
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You could implmenent a response.filter, capture the stream and alter it
before it reaches the client

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John Timney (Microsoft ASP.NET MVP)
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I am working with SharePoint 2003. I am using an existing webpart as a
child control (server control). I need to access/manipulate the HTML that
the control outputs prior to rendering it to the the page. The control
outputs a list in a one-column table format. I need to access the contents of the rows and output them with restrictions in my own table format. Do
you have any examples of manipulating the HTML of a server control prior to rendering it to a page?

Thank-you,
Barb

Nov 15 '05 #2

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