Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-11 Thread Ben Buchanan
For an HTML comment, you should use !-- ... -- (no ! in the closing tag). The reason it worked in Firefox is that it interprets *any* instance of -- as a closing comment tag. As far as I know, all other browsers will wait until they get the standard --. Firefox gets it right since these (--)

Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-11 Thread Michael Horowitz
Ultimately IE is right in that you can never tell a client their site doesn't work in IE but it fits the written technical standards. A client will always prefer a non web standard site that works in IE to one that is technically correct but errors out in the worlds most popular browser.

Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-10 Thread Hayden's Harness Attachment
Matthew Thank you for the help. Angus *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfm Help: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-10 Thread Ben Buchanan
On 10/12/2007, Hayden's Harness Attachment [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would like to appologize if I am off topic. I am not sure who to ask. I am using !-- ... --! to comment out a line in a PHP file. Firefox2.xwill use it to comment out a link and IE7 will not use. Am I doing the commenting

RE: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-10 Thread Thierry Koblentz
I would like to appologize if I am off topic. I am not sure who to ask. I am using !-- ... --! to comment out a line in a PHP file. Firefox2.x will use it to comment out a link and IE7 will not use. Am I doing the commenting a line out right? For an HTML comment, you should use !-- ...

[WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread Hayden's Harness Attachment
I would like to appologize if I am off topic. I am not sure who to ask. I am using !-- ... --! to comment out a line in a PHP file. Firefox2.x will use it to comment out a link and IE7 will not use. Am I doing the commenting a line out right? Angus

Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread krugonN
To comment a line in PHP code you should use // or you can comment a block using /* */ Gonzalo González Mora On Dec 10, 2007 2:40 AM, Hayden's Harness Attachment [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would like to appologize if I am off topic. I am not sure who to ask. I am using !-- ... --! to comment

Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread John Faulds
It should be: !-- ... -- (no 2nd !). On Mon, 10 Dec 2007 15:40:52 +1000, Hayden's Harness Attachment [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: !-- ... --! -- Tyssen Design www.tyssendesign.com.au Ph: (07) 3300 3303 Mb: 0405 678 590 ***

Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread Matthew Pennell
On 12/10/07, krugonN [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To comment a line in PHP code you should use // or you can comment a block using /* */ Or you can also use an octothorpe: # to comment out a single line in PHP. - Matthew *** List

Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread krugonN
Thanks, I didn't know that, I'm very knew to PHP :D Gonzalo González Mora On Dec 10, 2007 3:44 AM, Matthew Pennell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 12/10/07, krugonN [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To comment a line in PHP code you should use // or you can comment a block using /* */ Or you can