QUOTE(pandy @ May 3 2012, 06:45 AM)
Nope, that's not what doctypes do. It tells what flavour of HTML you use and the DTD file I talked about contains the rules for that HTML version in machine readable format so the validator can use it when it checks your pages for errors.http://htmlhelp.com/tools/validator/doctype.html
So slop a real doctype on and remove the one you have. XHTML Transitional, I think would suit best. Then head to the validator (link at top and bottom of all pages here). You probably need to check the CSS also.http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator.html.en
I'll read your site. I was tempted to get a sugar glider a while back, but the information was so confusing. Some say they are easy to handle, sociable and so on. Others that they are mean little horrors and you need to have a whole group of them and that they stink too.
Do need a doctype at all, then? It wasn't there before and the site seemed to work..
Sorry for the dumb questions, I'm such a n00b. X_x;
And definitely! Feel free to e-mail me any time, I am always happy to help teach people about gliders.
They are NOT 'easy' to care for, they require a special diet(requires work in the kitchen and ordering stuff online) and they're nocturnal, need a huge cage, etc.. but they are NOT vicious little things, they're actually terribly sweet if you get one that hasn't been abused and you're able to bond with it. But really, any time.. I'll be happy to answer any question at all, just let me know.