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Re: Working with Tidy and HTML comments

From: Pete Gelbman <pete@arraycomm.com>
Date: Thu, 18 May 2000 11:18:25 +0800
Message-Id: <200005180318.LAA08716@isaiah.arraycomm.com>
To: Stephen Reynolds <spr@ozemail.com.au>
cc: html-tidy@w3.org

>>>>> On Wed, May 17 2000 12:42:16 GMT+1100, "Stephen" == Stephen Reynolds
>>>>> wrote:

  Stephen> Does anybody on the list use tidy on HTML pages that contain
  Stephen> comments?

  Stephen> I share the maintenance of a company Web site with another person.
  Stephen> We make extensive use of comments describing the structure of
  Stephen> the pages so that each of us can easily understand each others
  Stephen> HTML code. We also use Dreamweaver templates which use propriety
  Stephen> comments. We would like to use tidy to standardize our code, but
  Stephen> tidy totally scrambles our comments.

  Stephen> How do list members work around this?

I use Tidy's "new-blocklevel-tags" option via Tidy's config file to ignore 
several custom tags that I use. But I don't know if this works with custom 
comment tags. I guess it depends on the exact syntax format of your 
Dreamweaver comments...what do they look like?







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~pete
Received on Tuesday, 16 May 2000 23:42:03 GMT

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