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Chapter Six. XHTML: Restructuring the We... > Character Encoding: The Dull, the Du...

Character Encoding: The Dull, the Duller, and the Truly Dull

In reading the second rule of XHTML in the preceding section (“Declare your content type”), you might have asked yourself, “Why should I declare my content type?” You might even have asked yourself, “What is a content type?” The answers to these dull questions appear next. Perhaps you're asking yourself, “Must I really read this tedious stuff?” The answer, of course, is yes. If we had to write it, you have to read it. That's only fair. Plus, you might learn something.


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