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Rythm Template Engine should be exactly the thing you want. Not sure why you said the doc is not up to the mark. Check out http://rythmengine.org/doc/template_guide.md#inheritance and play with the inheritance feature at http://fiddle.rythmengine.org/#/editor/886606b3a7034088b991855bef8f89da Disclaimer: I am the author of Rythm


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Have a look at the contributed theme Bootstrap Business, which is a sub-theme of the Bootstrap theme. It should fit quite a few of your requirements. Some months ago I did some type of comparison of various bootstrap subthemes, and this subtheme turned out to be the best alternative available. If it doesn't entirely fit your requirements, I suggest you ...


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You might consider the UNIX/Linux standard macro preprocessor m4, which does have at least one port to Windows, and is almost certainly available in WSL (although you didn't indicate what version of Windows you're using). I'm pretty sure it can handle your example substitution cleanly, and defines the substitutions almost as simply as your desire. Another ...


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My personal recommendation would be Jinja2. The templating language has a syntax that's not particularly hard to learn if you're already used to coding in Python and have some experience with HTML, it's wicked fast, has a number of useful features for working with HTML right out of the box, it's pure Python with minimal dependencies (if I remember correctly,...


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Nobody had any suggestions, but I think I found something that fits my needs better. HTML-Kit Tools The template feature was a little confusing. Support desk helped me figure out how to use templates just like dreamweaver How To Use Templates Hope this helps someone down the road!


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To generate files with e-mail signatures I used python based jinja2 template engine. Bacause I like python (and template filled by data extracted from web, so python scrapy is good suited).


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I would recommend Orchard, it's mature, with very active community, packed with features and pretty easy to setup (You can use Web platform installer). Look at OrchardProject.


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Sender tool can help to create own HTML email design for subscribers and send it to your subscribers. You can use segmentation to send different emails for every product or you can use your data and import that. Sender have ease to use drip drop builder and ready-to-use templates. Sender have integrations with Wordpress + Woocommerce, Magneto or Prestashop, ...


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I've used with pleasure Ractivejs. To quote their website About Ractive.js Ractive was originally created at theguardian.com to produce news applications. A typical news app is heavily interactive, combines HTML and SVG, and is developed under extreme deadline pressure. It has to work reliably across browsers, and perform well even on mobile devices. ...


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Fabric.js Provides rich functionality around a drawing <canvas>. Objects (shapes) can be moved, scaled and rotated. Text fields and images are such objects, for instance. Drag and Drop with canvas-external objects can be easily implemented. I've once done it with images which can be moved onto the canvas via the mouse. Loading the state from JSON and ...


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Mustache is a nice template library that has implementations for many languages including Java and JavaScript. It provides everything that is needed for a template engine and avoids support for logic.


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First you might want to have a read of This SO article that talks about the templating engines that are there and why to use which of them, that should get you started. I personally have used the tiles framework and was very satisfied with it. You write your snippets and have a template to combine the parts (header, footer, navi, whatever) in always the ...


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