jquery-markup - jQuery Template Based Markup Generation

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jQuery Markup is a jQuery plugin for assembling, pre-compiling, expanding and then DOM-injecting HTML markup code fragments based on plain HTML or an arbitrary template language. jQuery plugin for Template based Markup generation.




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