angularjsHow do I use AngularJS transclude?
AngularJS transclude is a powerful directive that allows you to insert HTML content from a parent scope into a directive's template. To use it, you need to add the
ng-transclude attribute to the element in the directive's template that you want to insert the HTML content into.
For example, if you have a directive called
myDirective with the following template:
<div> <h1>My Directive</h1> <div ng-transclude></div> </div>
You can use it like this:
<my-directive> <p>This content will be inserted into the directive's template.</p> </my-directive>
The result of this would be:
<div> <h1>My Directive</h1> <div> <p>This content will be inserted into the directive's template.</p> </div> </div>
The parts of the example above are:
ng-transcludeattribute: This is the attribute that tells AngularJS to insert the HTML content from the parent scope into the directive's template.
myDirectivedirective: This is the directive that contains the template with the
<p>This content will be inserted into the directive's template.</p>: This is the HTML content that will be inserted into the directive's template.
For more information, see the AngularJS Documentation.
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