Can a bool parameter contain 2 trueval attributes?
If no, how can i use a bool to make one line of html a comment?
If bool = true
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if bool = false
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I would be able to open the comment syntax, however i would need to know how i can close it, since it's after the code.
The answer to the first question is no. Boolean can only have two states, on or off (true or false); having two true states would make no sense.
If I’m understanding what you‘re asking in the second part, it would make more sense to have a larger block of code within the parameters where you would have more control over what happens within each condition.
Right, i thought about using conditional content in the trueval but the issue with that is that it won't place the code in the right area.