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How do you put comments on css

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7/22/2018 6:05:36 PM

George

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CSS uses the same "block comment" syntax as the C-like languages - you start a comment with /* , and end it with */ . However, CSS is missing the "line comment" syntax that those languages have, where everything from // to the end of the line is commented out. .foo { width: auto; //height: 500px; background: green; } Here, the // commented out the height declaration.

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/* Comment */

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For single line comment use //comment And for multiple line comment use /*comment*/

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You make the comment in CSS by doing this: /*Comment goes here*/

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comments in css https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Comments comments on java https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/comments-in-java/

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The text in side the /* */ is treated as comment in css

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you write text between /* and */

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/* Write comment */

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You write a comment in css with a: /* comment */

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You can type like this /* This is a comment */

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/*put your comment here*/ This is how you write comments in css

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/*these are comments in css*/