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The ACL page mentions that the Access Control Settings can be hidden from view by placing them in comment markers. What are the comment markers - the html tag delimiters - "<",">" ?

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TWiki version: TWikiRelease01Feb2003
TWiki plugins: DefaultPlugin, ActionTrackerPlugin, AliasPlugin, BeautifierPlugin, CommentPlugin, EditTablePlugin, ExplicitNumberingPlugin, GaugePlugin, HiddenTextPlugin, InterwikiPlugin, MPDActionTrackerPlugin, PerlDocPlugin, PollPlugin, PowerEditPlugin, RecursiveRenderPlugin, SectionalEditPlugin, SpreadSheetPlugin, TablePlugin, TocPlugin, TreePlugin, XpTrackerPlugin
Server OS: SunOS 5.7
Web server: apache
Perl version: 5.6.1
Client OS: Windows XP, SP1
Web Browser: Netscape 7.1

-- DavidYLau - 06 Jul 2004

Answer

It's the stardard html comment delimiters:

<!-- 
This text would be hidden.
-->

(Note: You don't see the (first) example as hidden because I enclosed this example with "verbatim" tags. There are actually two examples on this page and one is truly hidden.)

Click here to view this topic "in the raw" to see what I mean.

-- LynnwoodBrown - 06 Jul 2004

But be careful - I have seen the use of these markers create very strange looking webpages when viewed with IE6.

-- SteveRJones - 01 Dec 2004

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