Tell us exactly what you are doing when you try to comment a page, please.
I'd like to be able to reproduce your steps.
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"RunRunforest" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In certain Code i download online or I create using DW template, when i
> to comment on some code the comment does not appear to be coment. For
> the comment script color is oranage or black instead of gray.
> I didnt change the color preferences at all. As a demontration of that, in
> normal blank page I still have the grey comment script.
> Any ideas I can comment in any downloaded pages and any templates as I
> want ?
In order to comment using "//" or "/**/" or " ' "
I need to comment the entire code with this " <!----> " first
Otherwise anything other than html comment will not appear as comment.
> In order to comment using "//" or "/**/" or " ' "
> I need to comment the entire code with this " <!----> " first
You need to use the proper type of comment for where in the code it is.
You cannot use a CSS comment outside of style tags.
You cannot use a php comment outside of a php block.
and so on.
Adobe Community Expert, dreamweaver
I have the same problem but I don't understand that solution. Could someone please elaborate?
Use the correct comment syntax for where the comment is placed in the code.
<!-- This is a comment -->
CSS or PHP
/* This is a comment */
//This is a single line comment
' This is a comment
OK, now I understand. Thanks!