do you see this code if you look at the source code in the browser?
Nope, it's not rendered to the html, even if using IE.
I guess JSF considers it comment, even if it would be
conditional comment for IE.
So, TIDY filter dislikes it. You need to switch to the NEKO or NONE filter if you sure you can create a falid code by yourself. Otherwise, use another method to prevent the IE bug.
Ermh.... filter? TIDY?
How do I do that?
Is there some way to prevent JSF from evaluating
the code, like html's pre-tag?
We currently use the Seam filter (org.jboss.seam.servlet.SeamFilter).
I've switched to org.ajax4jsf.FastFilter which is based on the NEKO parser
but to no avail. The comment is filtered out and not inserted in the html.
I;ve also tried f:verbatim, but the comment is still filtered out.
Any other suggestions?
NEKO filter does not correct anything except inserting TBODY into TABLE if missing. Ok, try to set filter to NONE. If it does not help, the problem is not in the RichFaces filter.
BWT, read Dev Guide, Section#5.5. "Filter Configuration" about the filter configuration.