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Default Extending HtmlForm to render valid HTML

I have been attempting to customize the Liquid.Tutorial version of HtmlForm rendering to produce valid HTML markup. (See below the file that makes us the dll the program uses).

If I put in a simple Render statement in the dll I get a page with nothing but the "Is this working?" sentence on it. If I remove the Render and go with only RenderAttributes and RenderChildren as the solution suggestions I get a message that says an asp.net radio button cannot exist without a form tag and the runat="server" element. Is there any way to render the <validForm:CustomForm> tag I'm using so that it outputs <form> instead?


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