>> 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 ("--") are the comment delimeters.
> "<!" and ">" are markup declaration delimiters.

True, although I see it as one of those times that it's "right" in the
strict technical sense rather than a practical sense :) In general usage I
think it's reasonable to expect the closing delimiter.


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