AngularJS ng-include Directive
The AngularJS ng-include directive is used to fetch, compile and include an external HTML fragment. These are added as childnodes of the specified element. The ng-include attribute's value can also be an expression, returning a filename.
By default, the included file must be located on the same domain as the document.
It is supported by all HTML elements.
It can also be used as an element:
filename: It specifies a filename, written with apostrophes, or an expression which returns a filename.
onload: It is optional. It specifies an expression to evaluate when the included file is loaded.
autoscroll: It is also optional. It specifies whether or not the included section should be able to scroll into a specific view.
Let's take an example to demonstrate the ng-include directive.
See this example:Test it Now
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