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In this chapter, you've learned about the basic structure of an XHTML document. Each document must follow one of three document types, the choice of which is based on the type of content the document will contain.

Every XHTML document must contain at least four out of five elements before any visible content is included. These elements include the doctype declaration, root, head, and title elements. Meta tags are optional, though are contained within the head element when present.


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