CGIDEV2 doesn't parse the HTML, it doesn't know that <!-- and --> are comments.

Personally, I use a very similar technique (though, I use underscores instead of dollar signs.. but the same <!-- and -->). And I've never had a problem. I know of at least a few dozen other shops using <!-- and --> and they don't have problems.


Tommy.Holden@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
one other thing...could it be that CGIDEV2 is smart enough not to look at <!-- --> as section headers? after all the <!-- and --> are valid HTML tags for comments...

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