This module exports functions that can be used to construct various HTML elements. The functions are named after the tags of the correponding HTML element and are all written in lower case. If the first argument is a hash reference then it will be used to initialize the attributes of this element. The remaining arguments are regarded as content.
HTML::CalendarMonth is a subclass of HTML::ElementTable. See HTML::ElementTable(3) for how that class works, for it affects this module on many levels. Like HTML::ElementTable, HTML::CalendarMonth behaves as if it were an HTML::ElementSuper, with methods added to easily manipulate the appearance of the HTML table containing the calendar.
The HTML::DynamicTemplate is a class implementing a HTML template in perl. Significant features include the ability to set template variables from within the template itself, the ability to recursively include other templates, and the ability to selectively render a specified subset of variables.
Objects of the HTML::Element class can be used to represent elements of HTML. These objects have attributes, notably attributes that designates the elements's parent and content. The content is an array of text segments and other HTML::Element objects. A tree with HTML::Element objects as nodes can represent the syntax tree for a HTML document.
HTML::ElementGlob is a managing object for multiple HTML::Element(3) style elements. The children of the glob element retain their original parental elements and have no knowledge of the glob that manipulates them. All methods that do not start with 'glob_' will be passed, sequentially, to all elements contained within the glob element. Methods starting with 'glob_' will operate on the glob itself, rather than being passed to its foster children.
Provides a way to graft raw HTML strings into your HTML::Element(3) structures. Since they represent raw text, these can only be leaves in your HTML element tree. The only methods that are of any real use in this degenerate element are push_content() and as_HTML(). The push_content() method will simply prepend the provided text to the current content. If you happen to pass an HTML::element to push_content, the output of the as_HTML() method in that element will be prepended.