ASP.NET: Generate HTML In CodeBehind and Write To Page?

I am working with a framework (iui) that requires very specific HTML to be written to the page.

Inserting the standard <form runat=server> breaks the entire UI.

Since there is not much I need to generate on the server side, would it be possible to generate the HTML markup I need to insert in the code-behind, and then write it to the page? Would using a stringbuilder, and then response.write be suitable to do this?
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create http handler so there you can control the output
Easwaran ParamasivamCommented:
You can write the html content using Response.Write or Literal control can be used.

Please refer:

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for using asp controls you must have form runat server and he told that this breaks his UI
HADDADD3Author Commented:
literal did it...
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