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This will output the following HTML:
var str = '<img src="path/to/some/image" />'; $('#selector').html(str);
It removes the self closing "slash" at the end of the img tag because jQuery renders true HTML, not XHTML.
<div id="selector"> <img src="path/to/some/image"> </div>
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