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src/java/com/opensymphony/webwork/components/Head.java

  * includes.<p/>
  *
  * If, for example, your page has ajax components integrated, without having the default theme set to ajax, you might
- * want to use the head tag with <pre>theme="ajax"</pre> so that the typical ajax header setup will be included in the
+ * want to use the head tag with <b>theme="ajax"</b> so that the typical ajax header setup will be included in the
  * page.<p/>
  *
  * The tag also includes the option to set a custom datepicker theme if needed. See calendarcss parameter for

src/java/com/opensymphony/webwork/components/template/TemplateEngine.java

 /**
  * Any template language which wants to support UI tag templating needs to provide an implementation of this interface
  * to handle rendering the template
- * Date: Sep 28, 2004 11:56:34 AM
  *
  * @author jcarreira
  */

src/java/com/opensymphony/webwork/components/template/TemplateEngineManager.java

 
 /**
  * The TemplateEngineManager will return a template engine for the template
- * Date: Sep 28, 2004 11:58:29 AM
  *
  * @author jcarreira
  */
      * Gets the TemplateEngine for the template name. If the template name has an extension (for instance foo.jsp), then
      * this extension will be used to look up the appropriate TemplateEngine. If it does not have an extension, it will
      * look for a Configuration setting "webwork.ui.templateSuffix" for the extension, and if that is not set, it
-     * will fall back to "vm" as the default.
+     * will fall back to "ftl" as the default.
      */
     public static TemplateEngine getTemplateEngine(Template template) {
         String templateType = DEFAULT_TEMPLATE_TYPE;