Template Attribute Language is a template language created in 2007. The Template Attribute Language (TAL) is a templating language used to generate dynamic HTML and XML pages. Its main goal is to simplify the collaboration between programmers and designers. This is achieved by embedding TAL statements inside valid HTML (or XML) tags which can then be worked on using common design tools. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the Template Attribute Language wikipedia page
- Template Attribute Language first appeared in 2007
- See also: html, xml, python, java, perl, perl-6, common-lisp, thymeleaf
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Example code from Wikipedia:
<html metal:define-macro="icing"> ... <metal:myslot define-slot="optional-form"> ... </html> <html metal:use-macro="templates/page/macros/icing"> <form metal:fill-slot="optional-form" action="." tal:attributes="action context/designator"> ... </form> </html>
Last updated February 18th, 2020