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I'm working on creating on-the-fly Excel spreadsheets that are already converted to HTML. Well, I've already got that done. However, I didn't use CGI;, so I'm trying to get with the program. Except, I'm not that good with CGI (or HTML post-2.0, for that matter), so I'm a little confused.

How would I convert the following code snippet to use CGI? (Assume that all relevant variables have been set to the appropriate values. I'm not looking for advice save for how to remove the embedded HTML.)

print $file "<html xmlns:o=\"urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:offi +ce\"\n"; print $file " xmlns:x=\"urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:exce +l\"\n"; print $file " xmlns=\"http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40\">\n\n" +; print $file "<head>\n\n"; # In here are a few <META> and <LINK> tags I've already converted ... print $file "<style>\n"; print $file "<!--table\n"; print $file "{\n"; print $file " mso-displayed-decimal-separator:\"\.\";\n"; print $file " mso-displayed-thousand-separator:\"\,\";\n"; print $file "}\n"; print $file "\@page\n"; print $file "{\n"; print $file " margin:1.0in .75in 1.0in .75in;\n"; print $file " mso-header-margin:.5in;\n"; print $file " mso-footer-margin:.5in;\n"; print $file "}\n"; print $file "-->\n"; print $file "</style>\n"; print $file "<![if !supportTabStrip]><script language=\"JavaScript +\">\n"; print $file "<!--\n"; print $file " function fnUpdateTabs() {\n"; print $file " if (parent.window.g_iIEVer >= 4) {\n"; print $file " if (parent.document.readyState == \"compl +ete\" &amp;&amp;\n "; print $file " parent.frames['frTabs'].document.read +yState == \"complete\")\n"; print $file " parent.fnSetActiveSheet($sheet_num);\ +n"; print $file " else\n"; print $file " window.setTimeout(\"fnUpdateTabs();\" +, 150);\n" ; print $file " }\n"; print $file " }\n"; print $file "\n"; print $file " if (window.name != \"frSheet\")\n"; print $file " window.location.replace(\"../$source_doc\");\ +n"; print $file " else\n"; print $file " fnUpdateTabs();\n"; print $file "//-->\n"; print $file "</script>\n"; print $file "<![endif]>\n"; print $file "<!--[if gte mso 9]>\n"; print $file "<xml>\n"; print $file " <x:WorksheetOptions>\n"; print $file " <x:FreezePanes/>\n"; print $file " <x:FrozenNoSplit/>\n"; print $file " <x:SplitHorizontal>1</x:SplitHorizontal>\n"; print $file " <x:TopRowBottomPane>1</x:TopRowBottomPane>\n"; print $file " <x:ActivePane>2</x:ActivePane>\n"; print $file " <x:Selected/>\n" if $selected; print $file " <x:DoNotDisplayGridlines/>\n"; print $file " <x:ProtectContents>True</x:ProtectContents>\n"; print $file " <x:ProtectObjects>True</x:ProtectObjects>\n"; print $file " <x:ProtectScenarios>True</x:ProtectScenarios>\n"; print $file " </x:WorksheetOptions>\n"; print $file "</xml>\n"; print $file "<![endif]-->\n"; print $file "</head>\n\n";

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In reply to Non-standard options to tags for CGI.pm by dragonchild

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Use:  <p> text here (a paragraph) </p>
and:  <code> code here </code>
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