is documented as being able to do flexible HTML
templating. The examples show it doing full documents, but the actual
interplay of this module with HTML in practical settings is
not shown in the docs. Generating HTML de novo
is one part of HTML templating -
replacing text and deleting text are the others and I dont see how
this module handles that.
Perhaps with the new wave of all design being delegated to CSS, this purely programmatic approach to HTML generation may in fact be workable. What are typically replacements in common HTML templating would simply be generated on the fly with this module. And deletions are a non-issue as only what is needed is generated.
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