tinymce displaying HTML tags

Posted on 2012-03-22
Last Modified: 2012-08-14

I have now got my TinyMCE textboes working and saving data to my SQL database, but once I have saved the text and reload TinyMCE textbox to display new updated text it displays the HTML tags as well and want the TINYMCE text to render the HTML tags so they don't show.

Any help would be great.


Question by:hayward03
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Try populating the text field using  

MyTextBoxID = Server.HTMLDecode(stringValue)
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Sorry that should have been

MyTextBoxID.Text = Server.HTMLDecode(stringValue)

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Worked a treat

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