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How to get a rendered page?

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  1. Khai
    Khai avatar
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    14 Nov 2011
    18 Nov 2011
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    Hello there,

    I'm trying to get the rendered html of a page, I've tried the InMemoryPageRender but the problem with that is that it isn't able to show dynamic data. Is there a way to get a full rendered html of a page? 

    ( I'm trying to use jQuery.Load() with sitefinity and I need the html of a page )
  2. Lubomir Velkov
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    03 Nov 2014
    23 Nov 2011
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    Hi Khai,

    Please take a look at this KB article:

    http://www.sitefinity.com/devnet/kb/sitefinity-4-x/globally-overwriting-properties-for-frontend-pages.aspx

    It outlines how you can override the page route handler. You can get an instance of the rendered Page at some late stage - for example in the

    public override void ProcessRequiredControls(Page page, PageSiteNode data)


    method, or in the

    protected override IHttpHandler BuildHttpHandler(RequestContext requestContext)

    get a reference to the page like this

    var handler = (Page)BuildManager.CreateInstanceFromVirtualPath(virtualPath, typeof(Page));

    and subscribe to its PreRenderComplete event like this

    handler.PreRenderComplete += new EventHandler(handler_PreRenderComplete);

    and there you can cast the sender to Page and could use the InMemoryPageRender to get the page rendered.

    All the best,
    Lubomir Velkov
    the Telerik team
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