From: Howard Jess <howard@dh...> - 2006-03-01 17:03:38
Just a note, which you are likely aware of anyway:
The "script-hiding" SGML comments (<script><!-- and //-->) are intended to
hide (and prevent from display) the script element's contents from browsers
which aren't aware of the script tag.
This means, in effect, you're coding for browsers *older* than Netscape 2.0
and Internet Explorer 3.0. The <script> tag was introduced in HTML 3.2,
in January 1997, and is supported by those browsers.
Unless you're writing XHTML, (in which case you may need to escape inline
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