I’m accessing a webservice to get the content to my website page and that content have some tags.
Instead of making a new line, html() function is printing <br /> in the middle of the string.
Is there any other function to deal with html tags like it should?
I’m not really sure what you mean. Could you explain a bit more clearly?
I believe what he is saying is that he’s getting some content from an external webservice and it contains html elements.
However, when outputting the content to the page using $(element).html(content); the html elements are outputted as is, instead of actually putting a line break in the content.
Am I right?
That’s right. Sorry for the bad explanation, my English didn’t allowed a better one. :)
I tried $(element).text(content) too but the output is:
bla bla<br />bla bla
My file is encoded with utf-8 and when I make the request I’m using:
Hmmm, why don’t you try using jQuery to get the requests?
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