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Trying to render my server side code to look like my html example. Main problem, I want to have my files (( filePaths )) load also but this is not working in my for each loop.


HTML example
<ul id="browser" class="filetree treeview-famfamfam">
					<%--<li><span class="folder">State</span>
					<ul>
						<li><span class="folder"><asp:label runat="server" ID="Month1" Text="January_2013" ></asp:label></span>
							<ul id="folder21">
								<li><span class="file">01/04/13 - 01/07/13 <span style="color:red;">Current</span></span></li>
							</ul>
						</li>
									
			</ul>

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server side code example
 If Not IsPostBack Then

            sb.Append("<ul id=""browser"" class=""filetree treeview-famfamfam"">")

            Dim StateList As String() = Directory.GetDirectories(Server.MapPath("statements/"))
            Dim filePaths As String() = Directory.GetFiles(Server.MapPath("statements"))
            For Each mylist As String In StateList
                sb.Append("<ul><li><span class=""folder"">").Append(mylist)
                GetDirectories(mylist)
                sb.Append("</span>")
                sb.Append("<ul>")
                sb.Append("<li><span class=""file"">" & "filePaths" & "<span style=""color:red;"">Current</span></span></li>")

            Next
            '   sb.Append("<ul>")
        End If
        sb.Append("</ul>")
        longlist.Text = (sb.ToString())


Private Sub GetDirectories(ByVal path As String)
        'use try catch since some directories may not allow you to read the subfolders eg:your antivruses Quarantine folder
        Try
            Dim directoryList As String() = System.IO.Directory.GetDirectories("statement")
            If directoryList.Length > 0 Then
                sb.Append("<ul>")
                For Each directory As String In directoryList
                    sb.Append("<li>").Append(directory)
                    GetDirectories(directory)
                    sb.Append("</li>")
                Next
                sb.Append("</ul>")
            End If

        Catch
        End Try
    End Sub

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