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Old 08-23-2009, 08:32 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by AlexBell View Post
- Is it possible to put comments in container.xml, content.opf, and toc.ncx files as one can with HTML and CSS files?
as jellby said, yes you can, and (particularly for the .opf) it can be really useful (if you ever need to go back to your files, or if someone else takes a look). feedbooks does this and i've started to do it as well when i'm coding by hand. the comments must be enclosed in code to set them apart like in html. for instance :

<!-- Content Documents -->

the parts in blue are the comment code.
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