It's not really "native", it's a hack
Fri Nov 11, 2022 4:08am

It's like <!--include "file"--> which is a HTML comment. I guess there's another way to do it, as duckduckgo is showing me other options rather than the method I was learning.

The tricky thing is to always send your headers first. With includes it's easy to get the body sent before the header is ready.

  • I thought it was just stuff in the header like css and such but not actual page content. Yeah, I thought maybe once IE was gone things would be better but it seems like there's still fights between browsers rendering stuff correctly.
    • It's not really "native", it's a hack- Puckdropper, Fri Nov 11 2022 4:08am
      • Oh weird... I haven't seen that before. - Erik_, Wed Nov 16 2022 3:41pm
        Any more info on it? I'd be curious to mess around with it and my Googling is failing me.
        • No, I don't. - Puckdropper, Mon Dec 05 2022 5:48am
          I couldn't find anything either and any of my HTML from that time is likely gone. Version control? What's that? I wonder if, based on where it seemed to be, if I was using JS thinking it was HTML?
      • Looks like you found another posting bug! - Erik_, Wed Nov 16 2022 11:57am
        I'll have to check in the DB what that post actually said. :) Edit: Fixed the message. Looks like because we have HTML enabled, the comment code was allowed. It was also missing a "-" in the closing bracket so it just commented out the rest of the page.
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