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crtrue at coastal dot edu
13 years ago
Although you can use the above methods to pass a document off as a valid for the W3C parser, a simpler-and-perfectly-legal method of doing so is to simple declare the document type in a meta tag. Something along these lines (mind the values in 'content' - I haven't personally used the Content-Type method in awhile):

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="application/xml+xhtml; charset=UTF-8" />

Of course if you're using just XML, and don't use such functions, then the above methods will work just as fine.

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