Under the majority, there is no requirement that the testator subscribe his signature at the foot or end of the will. A substantial minority require it be subscribed at the end of the will. In a state that requires subscription at the end of the will, the will is void if anything other than an attestation clause appears after the testator's signature. In the minority, only those items before the signature are given effect. The Uniform Probate Code requires that each witness to the will must witness either the testator's signing, the testator's acknowledgment of her earlier signature, or the testator's acknowledgment of the will.