using build 200001252 on win95 1. create an HTML with this as the content: <HTML> <HEAD> <!-- comment 1 --> <!-- comment 2 --> <!-- comment 3 --> <TITLE>Test File</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> <P>I'm a little paragraph.</P> </BODY> </HTML> 2. display file in the browser 3. check out the content tree -- the comments are within the head 4. check out the xif output -- the comments are within the head 5. check out the html output -- the comments are between <HTML> and <HEAD> 6. select File|Save page as, save the file and look at the source -- the comments are in the correct spot 7. go back to the browser, this time select File|Edit page 8. in the editor, select File|Save as, save the file and look at the source -- the comments are now between the <HTML> element start tag and the <HEAD> element start tag somehow, the save from within the browser is picking the output up from the content tree, in the editor it seems like the output is picked up from the html output I think this is a parser issue, but if I'm wrong please reassign.
talked with harish about this one this morning, assigning to harish
Akkana, this sounds like HTMLContentSinkStream issue...I guess.
I can't reproduce this. But I think there are steps missing, e.g. step 1 says use the browser window, but steps 2-5 are only available (I think?) in the editor window, so I'm not sure where to do step 6. I spent a while horsing around with loading and saving this file in both the browser and editor, and never managed to get the comments to move from the head into the body.
actually we looked at the 3 sources through the debugger if I remember correctly. In any event I tried this out using the 4 APR build and the comments are not being moved between the <HTML> and <HEAD> elements. Marking fixed
updated qa contact.
Verified on: build: 2001-07-02-04-Trunk platform: WinNT 1. Opened the test case in the browser and did 'View Source' the comments were between head and title. 2. Did 'File|Edit page', the comments are in between head and title. Both are desired results.