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ALSO CALLED: Hyper Text Markup Language, Hypertext Markup Language
DEFINITION: You can include a comment in an HTML document. A comment will not be displayed and will help you remember why you coded something a particular way. A comment might look like this:<!--The following table gives us precise control of figure placement.-->Hint: Be sure to include two hyphens after the exclamation point and two hyphens before the greater-than sign. Not all browsers are picky about  … 
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How Top Retailers Use Transactional Email: Silverpop Study Reveals Revenue-Boosting Tactics
sponsored by Silverpop Systems Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Transactional emails are those which companies send to customers to confirm a purchase, notify shipping dates, deliver warranty information and it also provide marketers a rich opportunity to develop strong customer relationships.
Posted: 08 Aug 2008 | Published: 01 Jan 2006

Silverpop Systems Inc.

Collaborative Reporting Architecture
sponsored by Actuate
WHITE PAPER: The Actuate® Enterprise Reporting platform is designed to create, maintain and deliver the structured account information required by today's most demanding Customer Self-Service and Online Channel applications for the words' l...
Posted: 17 Feb 2008 | Published: 03 Jan 2008

Actuate

Collaborative Reporting Architecture
sponsored by Actuate
WHITE PAPER: The Actuate® Enterprise Reporting platform is designed to create, maintain and deliver the structured account information required by today's most demanding Customer Self-Service and Online Channel applications for the words' l...
Posted: 07 Jan 2008 | Published: 03 Jan 2008

Actuate
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HTML DEFINITION (continued): … You can include a comment in an HTML document. A comment will not be displayed and will help you remember why you coded something a particular way. A comment might look like this:<!--The following table gives us precise control of figure placement.-->Hint: Be sure to include two hyphens after the exclamation point and two hyphens before the greater-than sign. Not all browsers are picky about this, but some may be.
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