I’ve been at this for a few hours and cannot seem to figure it out. I
have a sinatra application, which retrieves a data from a database and
creates a Post object. A field/attribute of post is named content (ie:
post.content) , which contains html data. I’m attempting to display
this content “AS HTML” in haml, but not having any luck.
In my haml form I have an @post object. The @post.content = COOL
cool beans man.
How do I display this in a haml page as actual html and not just a
string of useless nonsense?
I’ve tried many things and it just displays the sting of html instead of
actually displaying the html “AS HTML” in the page.
I’ve tried dozens of other methods posted online, but for the life of me
cannot figure it out. I think rails has something like html_safe.
If I put something like "
HELLOin the haml page it displays
Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.