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How to "Comment Out" Section of HTML Code - Other Comments Included <!-- * -->

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There is a section of html code that I need to disable while debugging.  The <Comment> tag would be nice if all browsers supported it.  Since I can't "nest" the <!-- --> tags I don't know what to do.  Suggestions and/or discussion are appreciated.

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Zyloch earned 125 total points
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Hi WizeOwl,

What's wrong with <!-- --> ? You could do this to surround all your script to comment out:

<script>
/*
Your HTML
*/
</script>

Regards,
Zyloch
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That works.  Thank you.
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