How to output raw HTML with SSR Start?

I get a raw html string back from an API and want to just plop the contents before the closing <body> tag. I can do <span innerHTML={apiresponse}/> and it does output the proper HTML, but the HTML contains <script> tags, and needs to be attached to the body. I can't have the span/div/whatever in there. And doing
<Show when={(routeDataResponse() as ApiResponse)}>{response=>response}</Show>
<Show when={(routeDataResponse() as ApiResponse)}>{response=>response}</Show>
just renders it as a string.
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Birk Skyum
Birk Skyum3mo ago
Hmm, I wonder if it's reasonable here to run effectively another nested solid app with https://docs.solidjs.com/reference/rendering/render-to-string by attaching it to an existing element. Or if you can split out the script tags, it should be possible to add them at runtime with the solidjs/meta.
Some Call Me Tim
oh geez, so there's not just a simple function/component which can output a raw string value? I was hoping I'd just missed something obvious. The HTML I get back from the API is user generated, i.e. it can be literally anything they type in there. Think a wysywig editor where you can input your own custom code. In the current Node app I'm porting, clients already have their code structured so it appears just by the </body>, if I all of a sudden nest it in another element, it might/probably will break what they've set up. it's just a simple string concatenation in node 🫤