Satisfy is a development-only
jQuery plugin* that you can use to quickly generate HTML for testing/debugging. The idea is that you provide a CSS selector and then the plugin will “satisfy” it by generating an HTML structure in accordance with that selector.
* – UPDATE: This is no longer just a jQuery plugin – as of version 0.2 Satisfy has no dependencies. See the comments for more info.
… would return the following HTML structure:
<div> <a></a> </div>
A more snazzy example:
jQuery('ul li:5 span[innerHTML="link"]').satisfy();
… which would return the following:
<ul> <li><span>link</span></li> <li><span>link</span></li> <li><span>link</span></li> <li><span>link</span></li> <li><span>link</span></li> </ul>
(Note: It ignores combinators (+|~|>) and pseudo-classes (:pseudo). It adds support for numerical pseudo-classes (e.g. “:5″) which you can use to specify how many of a particular element you want.)
More information and source available at Github – “satisfy” @ GitHub