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The CodeProject code browser will not allow users to browse my cshtml (MVC3 Razor View) files in my article. Any suggestions? I notice that other articles with MVC3 code have the same problem.

Using jQuery Mobile with MVC and Netduino for Home Automation[^]
Posted 12-Mar-12 8:20am
Dan Thyer19.5K
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What do you mean?
What I understand: You have written an article and when you publish it, then you can not navigate the code you have uploaded?
If this is what happens, I would try to ask in the bug/suggestion forum[^]. You will probably get more help there than here. And if it is a bug, then CP people will take a look and solve it
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SAKryukov 12-Mar-12 15:07pm
   
I would agree, my 5. But I would say, the things as they are are good enough. Anyone can download the code and browse it separately. Non-intrusive ways are always better.
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I hate to ask the obvious, but what exactly do you expect anyone to do about this? After all, you wrote it.
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