> >Considering conditional comments are not valid,
> Just a nitpick for the benefit of newbies... Conditional comments *are*
> valid. Every user agent other than IE recognizes them as regular valid
> HTML comments. This is why you can stick invalid stuff inside them and
> the validator doesn't complain -- it doesn't read the contents of these
> Christian, I'm sure this is what you meant, but I wanted to clarify for
> the sake of others who are new to conditional comments. :-)
Hm, that's sort of what I meant.. what I meant is they are not valid
HTML, but they do not turn up errors in the validator. So for the sake
of newbies, sure, they're "valid" as far as validation is concerned.
But it's an invalid implementation on IE's part, I guess.
Let me know if there is some reason why we should consider it "valid"
on IE's part to parse comments and display the contents.
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