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HTMLeditorextender encoding html during postback

Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hi ,
I have an HTMLEditorExtender control in my page. But during postbacks, whatever the formatting and image, it encodes as HTML.
But I succeed half  in giving the following in prerender event
txtEmailBody.Text = HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(txtEmailBody.Text);
But the image I uploaded as a preview, did not get decoded.

Any Help?
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if (IsPostBack)
 {
txtEmailBody.Text = Server.HtmlDecode(txtEmailBody.Text);
}
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by:niyasfairose
ID: 39190388
I tried both
Server.HtmlDecode(txtEmailBody.Text);
and
HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(txtEmailBody.Text);

but the image is not decoded yet
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by:Kumaraswamy R
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If you want to produce an image tag with an incorrectly encoded url.
 you have to write the html code yourself.
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by:niyasfairose
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Sorry, the actual thing is , the image is decoded but the image preview in Htmleditorextender is gone. How to set the image preview again in htmleditorextender
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