15 January 2018,
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Creating HTML documents on the fly, with or without JavaScript, is sometimes necessary. Whether the goal is to display an acknowledgment page or an iframe containing a whole page, if the document is simple enough it can be easily put together and served with either data URLs or JavaScript.

But, how do you go about it? I’m sure you already know how to add HTML to a document using JavaScript, but to create a whole HTML document? You might be interested in some of the methods I’ll be showing below, the first of which doesn’t even need JavaScript!

I’ll show all the newly created documents in iframes so that you could see them rendered. However, you can use the documents however you see fit. For instance, they can be saved into a database or sent across web services to be rendered somewhere else.

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