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Merge pull request #3901 from Trott/master

Documentation typo
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<pre><code>&lt;meta name=&quot;viewport&quot; content=&quot;width=device-width, initial-scale=1&quot;&gt; </code></pre>
- <p>These settings do not disable the user's ability to zoom the pages, which is nice from an accessibility perspective. There is a minor issue in iOS that doesn't properly set the width when changing orientations with these viewport settings, but this will hopefully be fixed a a future release. You can set other viewport values to disable zooming if required since this is part of your page content, not the library. </p>
+ <p>These settings do not disable the user's ability to zoom the pages, which is nice from an accessibility perspective. There is a minor issue in iOS that doesn't properly set the width when changing orientations with these viewport settings, but this will hopefully be fixed in a future release. You can set other viewport values to disable zooming if required since this is part of your page content, not the library. </p>
<h2>Inside the body: Pages</h2>
<p>Inside the <code>&lt;body&gt;</code> tag, each view or "page" on the mobile device is identified with an element (usually a <code>div</code>) with the <code> data-role="page"</code> attribute. View the <a href="../api/data-attributes.html">data- attribute reference</a> to see all the possible attributes you can add to pages.</p>
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