I like the look of CityDesk. There's just one thing I'd like to know before I reach for my chequebook:
I believe that message is put there so you can, from your web browser, select "Edit with CityDesk" and it will load the appropriate CityDesk file and article. Pretty neat.
Jeff has it right.
Michael H. Pryor
It would be nice if it was not the first line on the page. Maybe it could be the last line. As has been noted, being the first line forces IE6 into quirks mode
Yes, I can see how that could be the case, but it could be used for a few other things.
I stumbled upon another problem with this stub. With it's position on the page to be exact: I am using FreeFind as the search engine on my site ( http://www.mvesely.at ). For some of it's customization options it requires a special HTML-comment as the very first line of the page. The stubborn stub :-) always goes into the way.
I think the comment only shows up if your template extension is .htm or .html. I run 3 sites with CityDesk, 2 of which use .php and one that is .html. The .html site has the comment, the other 2 don't. One uses includes also managed by CityDesk so I thought it was that at first, but the other site doesn't use includes, just normal templates. It must be the extension issue. This doesn't help people on servers that only do .html (like the one site I'm stuck with), and I feel this should be a preference with a warning perhaps.
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