When designing a template on a text editor, you must always use single quotes (also known as Straight quotes)!

Two common errors to avoid:
If you are using double quotes to filter attributes d.list[attributeValue="productstate"], you may encounter unexpected behaviors. The solution is to change to Single quotes!
If you are using single quotes, text editors may replace automatically them with "smart quotes" that are not supported by Carbone. The following manipulation have to perform to fix the automatic replacement:

MS word: On the File tab > click on Options > Click on Proofing > click on AutoCorrect Options. In the AutoCorrect dialog box, do the following: Click the AutoFormat As You Type tab and select or clear the "Straight quotes" with “smart quotes” check box.
LibreOffice: click on Tools > AutoCorrect > Localized Options. Then make sure the "replace" checkboxes for single and double quote are disabled. Here is a screenshot of the Libre Office configuration window:

Fix quotation marks issue on LibreOffice
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