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How do I get CGI.pm to output the correct DOCTYPE (and any other HTML 5 specific content) for HTML5. Using the default_dtd doesn't seem to do it. Do I have to roll my own page headers?
I apologise if this question has been asked before, I feel it's so obvious it must have been. My only excuse for putting this question forward is that it's a Friday afternoon, I'm not feeling well and want to go home ;'(
Update: Thanks for all your suggestions. I'm not in a position to install libaries into the proper Perl installation, but I can probably slip one in as a local installation and will be trying this instead...
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