In reworking this
docdock-theme, I wanted to document the reasons for my changes and how I have done it. But I didn’t know how to write comments in markdown.
Yes, one could use a normal HTML-comment, but you still can see the comment in the source code.
<!-- This is a comment. Multiline comments are allowed as well -->
Look at the source code, and you will see the text example below this line.
Stack Overflow I came finally up with the following solution:
[comment]: # (This text is a comment!) [comment]: # (This text is a comment! Multiline comments are allowed as far as long there is no line break. This text is a comment! Multiline comments are allowed as long as there is no line break. This text is a comment! Multiline comments are allowed as long as there is no line break. )
You can’t see the result of this last code example not even in the source code. The comment is hidden by definition 😉 But you can inspect my original text file on my
GitHub repository. Just click on the
Edit page link in the top right corner of this page.
There are also other possibilities, but the above solution with
comment: written in square brackets and the
# - sign followed by the comment written inside round brackets is the most portable version.
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