Include HTML from an external file:
Definition and Usage
ng-include directive includes HTML from an external file.
The included content will be included as childnodes of the specified element.
The value of the
ng-include attribute can also be an expression,
returning a filename.
By default, the included file must be located on the same domain as the document.
<element ng-include="filename" onload="expression" autoscroll="expression" ></element>
The ng-include directive can also be used as an element:
<ng-include src="filename" onload="expression" autoscroll="expression" ></ng-include>
Supported by all HTML elements.
|filename||A filename, written with apostrophes, or an expression which returns a filename.|
|onload||Optional. An expression to evaluate when the included file is loaded.|
|autoscroll||Optional. Whether or not the included section should be able to scroll into a specific view.|