How to store and render html template files?

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by darion , in category: HTML & CSS , 2 months ago

How to store and render html template files?

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by arnoldo.moen , 2 months ago

@darion 

There are a few different ways to store and render HTML template files in a web application. Here are some common methods:

  1. Store HTML template files in a separate directory: You can store your HTML template files in a separate directory within your project structure. This makes it easy to organize and manage your template files.
  2. Use a template engine: Template engines like Handlebars, Pug, or EJS can be used to render HTML template files. These engines allow you to define templates with placeholders for dynamic content, which can then be filled in at runtime.
  3. Store HTML templates in a database: If you have a large number of HTML templates or need to dynamically generate templates based on user input, you can store your templates in a database and retrieve them as needed.
  4. Use a content management system (CMS): If you are building a website with a lot of static content, a CMS like WordPress or Drupal can be used to store and render HTML template files. These systems provide a user-friendly interface for managing content and templates.


Once you have stored your HTML template files, you can render them in your web application by reading the file contents and sending them to the client as a response. Template engines can also be used to render the templates with dynamic content.