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Posted on 2010-08-24
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Hi experts,
I have trouble with creating templates for views.
Everything works fine except some annoying HTML-Tags.

E.g.:
Accessing a field of the view within my custom template like this:
<?= $fields['title']->content; ?><br />

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The result is right, but there are some Tags around it:
<span id="thmr_7" class="thmr_call">
  REQUESTED TITLE</span>

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I checked "No HTML Tags" in the fields properties within the view manager, but they are still there.
Any ideas?
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Question by:simonwidjaja
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Oh sorry, actually you have the theme developer module enabled.  Just disable it.
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by:simonwidjaja
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Ahhhhh. That makes sense. Thanx a lot!
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by:sivagnanam chandrakanth
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use strip_tags while printing the content
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