Returns true if the given name is a HTML void element or common SVG self-closing element.

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Returns true if the given name is a HTML void element or common SVG self-closing element.

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Install with npm:
$ npm install --save is-self-closing


var isSelfClosing = require('is-self-closing');

console.log(isSelfClosing('path')); // SVG
//=> true

//=> false


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