Certain HTML elements have restrictions on what type of parent element they can be in. For example, a <tr> requires a <table> parent [or a t(head|body|foot)]. Simply sending tr on its own is illegal.

The native solution to represent HTML fragments is the <template> tag. Elements that would otherwise be illegal on their own can be parsed legally inside a template tag.

This extension facilitates the above approach by unwrapping a top-level template element in the response.

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