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You can create markup in your page files by simply adding plain HTML or by using classes in the Helix User Interface module. The User Interface module has a class the corresponds to every HTML element, as well as classes or more complex user interface components built from other HTML elements.
Using Helix User Interface Classes
In order to create markup on your pages with the Helix User Interface classes, you simply open and close HTML elements using the static open() and close() methods available on every class that inherits from element. Just call the open() method, echo some content, and then call the close() method for the element
See the code below for an example of how to create markup on a page:
You can also create markup by constructing new markup objects and setting properties that correspond to the element attributes.