How to Comment in jQuery

How to use comments in jQuery, automate your comments using a plugin and effectively comment witout floading comments use them effectively.

Basic jQuery comments

jQuery comments are started with a double forward slash which tells the interpreter that the following text on the line is not to be processed as JavaScript. jQuery comments can be either inside a function or outside it makes no difference.

function myFunction ( myVar, myVar2 ) {
// Pay attention to spaces around
// the brackets and curly brackets
}
// some prefere it like this
function myFunction()
{
...
}

Multi-line jQuery comments

Multi-line jQuery comments are enclosed within a combination of a forward slash and an asterisk like so:

</pre>
/* comment */

jQuery Commenting Guidelines

Here are a couple of pointers for commenting in jQuery:

  1. Long comments should use /* ... */.
  2. Single line comments should always be on their own line and be
    above the line they reference. Additionally there should be an
    extra endline above it. For example:
<pre><pre>var some = "stuff";

   // We're going to loop here
   for ( var i = 0; i < 10; i++ ) {}



Source: http://docs.jquery.com/JQuery_Core_Style_Guidelines