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edited by: tedster at 8:08 pm (utc) on Jul 27, 2012]
Not familiar with the jquery itself, but - either comment the script itself out (old style) - Or better yet: use htmlentities < and > instead of < and > in the strings in your script. phranque
Heard my name mentioned... ;) Yeah, I was just about to chime in and say that this is easily solved by moving the script to an external file. Better for caching, better for separation of content/behavior, and better for validation purposes.