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Kyle Pike
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Kyle Pike asked on 08 Sep 2010, 06:39 PM
wrapping a
<script type="text/javascript">
// nothing here
</script>


around the

<% Html.Telerik().ScriptRegistrar()
       .OnDocumentReady(() =>
       { %>
 
//stuff
 
<%
       });
%>

in my view pages?
that allows Visual Studio to format my jQuery/js code correctly and offer intellisense...

I'm wondering if there's a better way to get there than adding 58 bytes to every view?

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Georgi Krustev
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answered on 09 Sep 2010, 12:16 PM
Hi Kyle Pike,

Unfortunately this is not correct HTML.

After first closing script tag the code is not anymore interpreted as Javascript. In other words the code after first closing script tag will not work.

Anyway you can add script tag, only when you type, and remove it when you save the file. Unfortunately I could not figure out better way to enable intellisence in the action.

Sincerely yours,
Georgi Krustev
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Kyle Pike
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answered on 14 Sep 2010, 08:12 PM
no, i meant wrapping the script tags around the telerik block. it's valid html as long as you leave something - one comment - in there between the script tags.
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Alex Gyoshev
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answered on 15 Sep 2010, 09:18 AM
Hello Kyle,

Unfortunately, we cannot control the syntax highlighting, nor the VS intellisense in the code block. You figured out a nice hack, though; I assume that you may be able to filter it out from the view through an HTTP module, but it would be too much of a hassle. The other work-around for this is to write the JavaScript in a function in a script block and call it on DocumentReady, like this:

<script type="text/javascript">
function contentLoad() {
    // etc
}
</script>

<% Html.Telerik().ScriptRegistrar().OnDocumentReady(() => {
       %>contentLoad();<%
   }); %>



Best wishes,
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