2008/11/14 Aryeh Gregor
> That would be unsafe: users could insert
> arbitrary HTML content in comments and have IE pick it up using IE
> conditionals. If there were an actual use-case that was of any value,
> we could strip IE conditional comments and let all others pass . . .
> which would be safe only assuming there are no other scary abuses of
> comments out there, and that we get the conditional comment stripping
> right. If there are no use-cases, it's not worth it.
That's true. I didn't know these conditional comments for IE.