I've spent a lot of the weekend working on a Vancouver real estate website which we converted to WordPress last year.
(Don't feel too sorry for me, the rest of the weekend I spent with my girlfriend.)
There were a bunch of issues in the PHP code which I couldn't solve myself so I had to leave my efforts there for the designer.
I was unable to comment it out with html comments (what I usually do). PHP comments wouldn't work either, so I put some serious research into how to comment PHP properly.
It turns out there is a simple but very effective trick:
I recommend reading the full article on How to Comment Code in WordPress templates if commenting WordPress templates is something you need it do occasionally. It will save you a lot of time.
I am sure much of this applies to our friends over in Mambo/Joomla and Drupal land.
A tip of the hat to My Digital Life for his article - Comments and Comment Blocks in PHP.
Alec has been helping businesses succeed online since 2000. Alec is an SEM expert with a background in advertising, as a former Head of Television for Grey Moscow and Senior Television Producer for Bates, Saatchi and Saatchi Russia. Alec maintains a photography and culture weblog at uncoy.com. His dance film Lapinthrope won prizes around the […]