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Re: Re: High bit character encoding in HTML

by oakbox (Chaplain)
on Apr 22, 2003 at 08:00 UTC ( #252212=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: High bit character encoding in HTML
in thread High bit character encoding in HTML

*slap hand to forehead*

Don't I feel like a silly goose. Due to bad design, I've got a lot of print Content statements peppering that particular script. Sure enough, some of them include the charset=iso-8859-1 and some do not. I popped in the appropriate metatags on all of them and presto, everything works as expected.

This excersize has also pointed out the need for me to centralize my outputs in a sane place, probably at the module level. ++ to crenz for the splash of cold water in my face! :)

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[Discipulus]: I havery limited needs in such field. Sometimes (for children party invitations) i draw something by hand and I scan it to include into an ms doc.
Discipulus havery can be a good neologism for: have very..;=)
[ambrus]: Discipulus: sure, it's just that, look, some people (including me) have such unreadable and slow handwriting that writing an article or slides by hand would be a very bad idea.
[choroba]: it might bery useful for other verbs, too
[ambrus]: (and I have a need for at least decent formatting too)

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