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A Quick Javascript Contact Form

<script> function validateForm() { var x=document.forms["myForm"]["name"].value; var x=document.forms["myForm"]["email"].value; if (x==null || x=="" || y==null || y=="")   {  document.getElementById('myDiv').innerHTML = '<span style="font-weight:bold;color:#800000">***Please fill in all requred fileds.</span>';   return false;   } } </script> <div id="myDiv"> </div> <div id="comments"> <form action="thank-you.aspx" method="post" name="myForm" onsubmit="return validateForm()">           <p>             <input type="text" name="name" id="name" value="" size="22">             <label for="name"><small>Name (required)</small></label>           </p>           <p>  

UMBRACO Razor - Write Out a Sub String and Write out a Substring Encoding

The Highlighted lines below shows you how to write out a Substring from Razor in Umbraco. 1)  @Html.Raw(@item.HomePageIntro.ToString().Substring(0, 290)) or 2)   @item.HomePageIntro.ToString().Substring(0, 290) (Example 1 will write out the HTML characters, Example 2 removes Encoding.) Example of writing out a SubString in Umbraco using Razor @inherits umbraco.MacroEngines.DynamicNodeContext @{ var numberOfItems = 6; }     @foreach (var item in @Model.Children.Where("Visible").Take(numberOfItems))     {<article>         <figure><img src="images/triangle.jpg" alt=""></figure>         <strong>@item.PageHeading </strong>         <p> @Html.Raw(@item.HomePageIntro.ToString().Substring(0, 290)) ...</p> <p class="more"><a href="@item.Url">FIND OUT MORE</a></p>       </article>}