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Programatically access the full HTML for an EPiServer page?


I am using EPiServer 4.x and want to run some diagnostic code on multiple pages of my site, but I need to check values within the final rendered pages' HTML code (eg: check Javascript includes are present, along with certain meta-tag values etc).

Can anybody please tell me how I can get EPiServer to output the final HTML for a page as a string?  Some of the pages will be behind secured areas of our site, so I will need to get them using the DataFactory to override the security.

One final complcation, the URL parameters are important, so I need to get the HTML for pages such as http://myepiserversite/folder1/mypage/?parameter=foo

Any ideas appreciated,


Apr 30, 2008 14:44

Is this something you want to do on a "live" site at runtime for every pageview or a diagnostic check to verify something on your development environment?

If you want to read the HTML output i'd say it's easier to request the pages from the webserver with a HTTP-get than trying to parse it from inside the page request.

May 02, 2008 2:14
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