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Adobe GoLive Tip of the Week DOCTYPE Made Easy with Adobe GoLive 6

Edited by Derrick Story
06/28/2002

Every HTML document you create requires a document-type declaration--DOCTYPE. This declaration begins the HTML document and tells a validator which version of HTML to use when checking its syntax.

GoLive 6 offers an easy way to add or change the DOCTYPE for a page you're working on. Just click on the document window menu in the upper-right corner and select the appropriate DOCTYPE from the Doctype dropdown menu.

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Adding the DOCTYPE in Adobe GoLive 6 is as simple as selecting it from a dropdown menu.


To learn more about Adobe GoLive 6, visit Adobe's GoLive product page. If you want to learn more power-user tricks, visit Adobe's Expert Center (registration required).



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