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9/22/2016 5:00 PM
 
I create a skins using HTML tokens and html pages.  In my last skin I include a Google Polymer element that I created for my customer.  The Google Polymer Element is working fine but it's HTML files were processed like another skin file.  Can I use the manifest to mark html files that no need be processed to ASCX ?
 
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9/22/2016 5:18 PM
 
what do you mean by "being processed"?

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9/22/2016 5:33 PM
 
When the html files in the skin package generate a ascx file with almost the same code, but the Tokens and Objectes changed to a dnn controls
 
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9/22/2016 6:11 PM
 
Ube wrote:
I create a skins using HTML tokens and html pages.  In my last skin I include a Google Polymer element that I created for my customer.  The Google Polymer Element is working fine but it's HTML files were processed like another skin file.  Can I use the manifest to mark html files that no need be processed to ASCX ?

 Do you know that the head in the HTML file is removed / ignored when parsing to an ASCX?
Also simply adding a link to a js file will not work as the path to it will not be parsed.
Open the ascx and add <%=SkinPath%> as as start of the path.

 
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