To include comments in an HTML document that will be ignored by the HTML
user agent, surround them with
-->. After the comment delimiter, all text up to the next
occurrence of --> is ignored. Hence comments cannot be nested. White space
is allowed between the closing -- and >, but not between the opening <!
and --. Comments can be used anywhere within an HTML document and are generally
used as markers to improve the readability of complex HTML documents.
<TITLE>The HTML Reference Library</TITLE>
<!-- First created by Stephen Le Hunte, March 1995 -->
NOTE: Some browsers incorrectly consider a > sign to terminate a comment.
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