If only there was just some simple tool that could generate HTML files (or other types, if need be) in a very simple fashion using templates and a very small number of special character sequences! Now there is! Introducing DML, (Deraj's Markup Language) the simplest template language in existence. This simple "language" (it's too simple to really be a language) allows a web developer to define a string of HTML as a simple variable. Then DML files are scanned for this variable and it is inserted where needed. How simple is that? "Yeah, it's called a macro." Wrong, my friend! DML is not just a language, it also includes special HTML-specific tools, such as an HREF translator, which moves all your src='s and href='s along with the HTML file! That is, if a file loads an image in its directory called "image.png" but then the HTML file is moved, DML's HREF Translator moves the image tag's src field as well!