Liked Nicer struct literals in Go templates by Josh Bleecher Snyder 
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Go templates (text/template, html/template) accept a single argument to render. That’s generally enough when you’re executing them from Go code. But when invoking a template from another template, you often want to pass multiple things to it. For example, we might have a template that renders a nav bar item. It requires a title, a url, and an “enabled” bool. We want to invoke it from another template. How do you do that?

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