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The DOCTYPE Declaration of HTML In order to ensure that your browser renders your markup correctly, you need to include a DOCTYPE declaration, which tells your browser what version of HTML or XHTML the document is using. Learn web design from the ground up! Whether you want to move on to Flash, Dreamweaver, PHP, or just plain old web design, a basic understand of HTML will be infinitely valuable. Follow along as web designer Craig Campbell walks you through the basics of the HTML language, including basic training in XHTML and CSS. This lesson is excerpted from a full course entitled Introduction to HTML. By purchasing the full course, youll receive a substantial discount relative to the individual lesson pricing. The full course is available as a series of lessons on MindBites or can be purchased from at Craig Campbell is a Senior trainer at He has always enjoyed the teaching aspect of his job. He feels that relating to the person who is trying to learn something for the first time is a strongpoint of his. He has mastered the Adobe suite of products such as Flash, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Illustrator. As well he trains in web design/development areas like HTML, CSS and WordPress. A recent student sent us the following: "Craig has a fun, relaxed style that gets his point across very well. His small flashes of humor are very welcome, and bridge the gap nicely between sitting in front of a video series and being in an actual classroom. His lightness of style "humanizes" the experience of learning this way."
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