Today I couldn't figure out why my <ng-include> tags were not working. It didn't give me an error. It would just fail silently. I was putting it in just single quotes when really the files path should be wrapped in both single quotes and double quotes. So the correct way would be like this:
test.html can be any snippet of html, and can refer to the controller containing this ng-include tag by it's Controller as value. Ng-include is a simple way of breaking up html. If you want to assign your html snippet it's own controller, consider making it a custom directive instead.
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