Manipulating Elements | jQuery Learning Center

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var myItems = [];
var myList = $( "#myList" );
 
for ( var i = 0; i < 100; i++ ) {
    myItems.push( "<li>item " + i + "</li>" );
}
 
myList.append( myItems.join( "" ) );
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The syntax for adding new elements to the page is easy, so it's tempting to forget that there's a huge performance cost for adding to the DOM repeatedly. If you're adding many elements to the same container, you'll want to concatenate all the HTML into a single string, and then append that string to the container instead of appending the elements one at a time. Use an array to gather all the pieces together, then join them into a single string for appending:

https://learn.jquery.com/using-jquery-core/manipulating-elements/