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Thanks for your feedback! One note though, and correct me if I’m wrong, but I think CNET uses it’s internal editors to post tutorials, and etc. Their content isn’t user generated like on Techie Videos.
The entire site including the page where videos are viewed is doctype: XHTML 1.0 Transitional, and validate with w3c.
If you mean the HTML in the actual videos, than that content uploaded by the channel/user, I’m sure they didn’t include a doctype in their video (whichever video you’re referring to) because it was just for example or tutorial purposes.
Anyone is free to upload any tutorials they wish including yourself, as long as they’re tech related.
like the videos.
would it not be better to use a fully packed HTLML file with valid doctype, etc in it?
not sure why you are not doing that in your video,
I watched the Div Float with CSS video, and did note that the top part of the HTML code did not include the usual
DOCtype, etc. information. I just found that unusual.
I guess someties I watch a video and type up the code as presented and test it that way and if that code was missing,
then my HTML code would be incomplete. I realize that but perhaps a newcomer would not.
thanks for the nice video, love them for learning,