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Old 03-06-2011, 09:12 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by BMaloney View Post
How do I see/edit "XML declarations" and "meta tags" for html files? Is there a template/help section that might tell me what normal encoding looks like?
Hi BMaloney - there's no quick or easy answers to this question, because understanding it kind of covers several different topics - character encodings, (X)HTML meta tags and XML syntax.

However, here are some links to pages in the W3Schools website, which might help, as a starting point :
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