XPattern: Special nodes
As the name implies, the ANY node matches any kind of html node. It is useful for skipping uninterested parts of a hit, especially when modified by the non-greedy repeat *?
Normally the XPattern collects the text from inside regular nodes. Occasionally it is necessary to descend to a lower level, and pick up a #text node directly. For example in
Lots of <b>description</b>
Very rarely it happens that the web page contains useful information inside a HTML comment
Since the graphical editor works on the level of tagged nodes, it can not highlight #text nodes. And certainly not #comment nodes, as they are not visible at all.