Load CSS Styles in a Textview

by And-Rider » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 12:50:05 GMT


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 Is it possible to display Css style tags in a text view..? The method
Html.fromhtml() converts only html tags to a spanned string but not
the Css styles

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Load CSS Styles in a Textview

by patbenatar » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 15:18:40 GMT


 To answer your question, nope. Html.fromHtml() is exactly that: HTML.
Some sort of HtmlAndCss.fromMarkup() or something would be really
useful for lazy UI designers but you need to keep in mind that using
things like HTML and CSS in a application built for a certain set of
devices running a certain system just won't feel native to your users--
and native apps are something users tend to prefer.

Try searching first next time, CSS questions pop up all the time on
this group..

-Nick






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Load CSS Styles in a Textview

by patbenatar » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 15:37:17 GMT


 Oh, also: there is the WebView option, although I don't like
advocating this--again, not native. For example the DropBox
application--I downloaded and installed it and finally launched it to
see a WebView: "WTF? I could have quickly gone to dropbox.com in
Browser for this."







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