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HTML Comments Tutorial

Comments can be hidden in your HTML source code. You can also hide a whole block of code or content by marking it out using an HTML comment. A comment is written like this:
<!-- This is a comment. -->
A comment is ignored by browsers, so it doesn't show up on the web page. You can insert comments in your code for a few different purposes:
  • Leave an explanatory note for yourself for future reference.
  • Use comments to label sections of your code to make them easier to find when editing.
  • Use comments to temporarily hide HTML code or content until you're ready to reveal it.
  • Use comments to hide scripts from older browsers.
Be sure to include a space after the first two dashes (--) and another space before the last two dashes.
This concludes the HTML Comments Tutorial.
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