I've noticed this when viewing some sources on some sites.PCA for example: !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"Is it important?Do I need to declare a doctype, then agin what is a doctype?
which HTML version you've used, and so do any software tools which you may use to validate your code.If you include a DOCTYPE Delaration (DTD) you'll find that browsers can load the page faster, and with less chance of errors.
Err Frontpage does the HTML where will it tell me the version?
So I can either copy and paste, upon creation of a new page.Or modify the normal.tem [once] so that when opeing a new page it incldes the doctype everytime.I'll try the last option.May I email you Taran?
that you modify the template - otherwise you'll find you've forgotten to add the DTD to some pages after you've published the site - it's easy to overlook.
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