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Closed: Feb 2013
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Support for HTMLTemplateElement
Project Member Reported by, Dec 7 2012 Back to list
(See go/owp-launch-guide for an overview)

Change description:
The HTML <template> element contains markup intended to be used later (for example, by a script). Web authors can use it to define a DOM structure they plan to use multiple times and then clone the template as needed.


Changes to API surface:
Adds the HTML <template> tag.

WebKit bug:

Public standards discussion:

Support in other browsers: current (expected)
Internet Explorer: none (unknown)
Firefox: none (unknown)
Safari: none (unknown)
Opera: none (unknown)

Current status in Chromium:
It's currently in Chromium if you build it yourself. Not clear when it will land in Chrome stable.
Comment 1 by, Jan 28 2013
 Issue 164793  has been merged into this issue.
Comment 2 by, Feb 12 2013
Labels: -Mstone-26 Mstone-27
Labels: -Mstone-27 Mstone-26
This is currently on the train for m26.
Comment 4 by, Feb 12 2013
Status: Fixed
Awesome! I'm marking as fixed. Please update if things change.
Labels: Action-FeedbackNeeded
meh@, Could you please provide us with sample HTML file to verify this issue?

Thanks in advance!
Comment 6 by, Feb 26 2013
I believe the sample HTML in the WebKit Layout tests is the best way to verify this issue:

Will that work for your purposes?
meh@, thanks for your reply. But, it will be more helpful if you can provide the exact expected behavior along with the html file. We are unable to get sample HTML in the provided link above.

Thank you! 
Comment 8 by, Feb 28 2013
@manoranjanr There are several pairs of files in the linked directory, each with a .html file and an -expected.txt file describing the expected behavior. It sounds like that's what you're looking for. If not, could you please share an example of what you're looking for?

Project Member Comment 9 by, Mar 9 2013
Labels: -Mstone-26 -Action-FeedbackNeeded Needs-Feedback M-26
Project Member Comment 10 by, Mar 9 2013
Labels: -OWP-DesignReview-No OWP-Design-No
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