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How do you write/define a HTML.doctype? watched video several times but still can't get it :0( Bummer alert is vague!

2 Answers

You write an HTML doctype with

<!DOCTYPE html>

at the top of your HTML page

GREA! Thanks Robin :0)

You define the HTML5 doctype with:

<!DOCTYPE html>

Thanks Don also :0-)