When you are designing your website, there are many instances that require you to comment out code in your website. Commenting code is good for diagnosing website problems, hiding code instead of deleting the code, placing notes in a file to explain what was done, and many more reasons. This article will explain the basics of commenting code in your website files.
HTML comments are specifically designed to comment out code when you are in an HTML coded document. Below is the syntax for HTML comments.
Example of an HTML comment
An Example of a usage of this is shown in the following code.
A paragraph in your site
Single Line comment
// <code to be commented out>
Multiple Line comment
/* <code to be commented out> <Other code to be commented out> <Some more code to be commented out> */
Example of PHP comment
<body> <?php // This is a comment on one line echo '<p>HTML code echoed by PHP.</p>'; /* This is code commented out echo '<h1>An HTML Title from PHP</h1>'; echo '<p>HTML code echoed by PHP.</p>'; */ ?> </body> </html>
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2017-06-29 1:13 am
Thank for information about HTML. It is realy useful for me. HTML coding is helpful in giving some idea.
2017-03-03 4:24 am
Excellent effort to make this blog more wonderful, and attractive.
2017-03-03 11:38 am
Charles, you're most welcome! We're always glad to be of assistance! Have a great day!
2015-04-15 5:13 pm
Awesome!! Just used this to edit some JS.
I had never thought of this until now. Much better solution than deleting code.
2015-02-26 9:07 am
I've been told that in order to find the code of my faulty website the new dev needs to get it from the server. I would like to kmow whehter this is a fact and whether is a difficult task. Thanks
2015-02-26 10:12 am
As this question does not relate to the article topic, it has been moved and created as a new question
2014-09-04 1:57 am
very useful for php coding thank you so much...