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The HTML Content Template (<template>) element is a mechanism for holding HTML that is not to be rendered immediately when a page is loaded but may be instantiated subsequently during runtime using JavaScript.

Think of a template as a content fragment that is being stored for subsequent use in the document. While the parser does process the contents of the <template> element while loading the page, it does so only to ensure that those contents are valid; the element's contents are not rendered, however.

Content categories Metadata content, flow content, phrasing content, script-supporting element
Permitted content No restrictions
Tag omission None, both the starting and ending tag are mandatory.
Permitted parents Any element that accepts metadata content, phrasing content, or script-supporting elements. Also allowed as a child of a <colgroup> element that does not have a span attribute.
Permitted ARIA roles None
DOM interface HTMLTemplateElement


This element only includes the global attributes.

However, the HTMLTemplateElement has a content property, which is a read-only DocumentFragment containing the DOM subtree which the template represents.


First we start with the HTML portion of the example.

<table id="producttable">
    <!-- existing data could optionally be included here -->

<template id="productrow">
    <td class="record"></td>

First, we have a table into which we will later insert content using JavaScript code. Then comes the template, which describes the structure of an HTML fragment representing a single table row.

Now that the table has been created and the template defined, we use JavaScript to insert rows into the table, with each row being constructed using the template as its basis.

// Test to see if the browser supports the HTML template element by checking
// for the presence of the template element's content attribute.
if ('content' in document.createElement('template')) {

    // Instantiate the table with the existing HTML tbody
    // and the row with the template
    var template = document.querySelector('#productrow');

    // Clone the new row and insert it into the table
    var tbody = document.querySelector("tbody");
    var clone = document.importNode(template.content, true);
    var td = clone.querySelectorAll("td");
    td[0].textContent = "1235646565";
    td[1].textContent = "Stuff";


    // Clone the new row and insert it into the table
    var clone2 = document.importNode(template.content, true);
    td = clone2.querySelectorAll("td");
    td[0].textContent = "0384928528";
    td[1].textContent = "Acme Kidney Beans 2";


} else {
  // Find another way to add the rows to the table because 
  // the HTML template element is not supported.

The result is the original HTML table, with two new rows appended to it via JavaScript:


Specification Status Comment
HTML Living Standard
The definition of 'template element' in that specification.
Living Standard
The definition of 'template element' in that specification.
Recommendation Initial definition

Browser compatibility

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templateChrome Full support 26Edge Full support 13Firefox Full support 22IE No support NoOpera Full support 15Safari Full support 8WebView Android Full support YesChrome Android Full support 26Firefox Android Full support 22Opera Android ? Safari iOS Full support 8Samsung Internet Android Full support Yes


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See also