HTML <!DOCTYPE> Tag
<!DOCTYPE> tag is used for specifying which language and version the document is using. This is referred to as the document type declaration (DTD).
With the introduction of HTML 5, the
<!DOCTYPE> tag is mostly useless, as HTML 5 does not require a reference to a DTD. Having said that, for legacy reasons, the HTML 5 specification recommends including the header at the top of all HTML documents.
- Permitted Parents
- Start/End Tags
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Last updated by CSSPortal on: 6th December 2019