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tinymce into SQL

Posted on 2012-03-22
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Hi,

I have successfully setup Tinymce on my text area and it displays text fine, but when I submit text in it to be saved into my SQL database it removes the tags <p> and replaces with &lt;p&gt;

Is there anyway to stop this??

Code Below

string LongArticle = txtArticle.Text;

tring query1 = "UPDATE smartChimps_news SET date=convert(datetime,'" + dateNew + "',103) , heading='" + Heading + "', LongArticle ='" + LongArticle + "' WHERE newsid='" + newsid + "'";



Regards

Michael
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Question by:hayward03
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You may want to decode text before inserting to database.
Try to use HtmlUtility.HtmlDecode method
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