On Tue, Dec 31, 2002 at 10:11:29AM +1300, Richard Grevers wrote:
It would be
safer to add in a meta tag too I suppose, I'll do that...
While you're about it, is there a concensus on the best encoding to use on general
pages? 8859-15 ensures no problems should people use the likes of a Euro symbol in
an article. Most definitions I've seen describe 8859-15 as "intended to replace
I assumed that the encoding in the meta tag would be exactly the same as
the encoding in the http headers. Any objection to that? I think
switching from 8859-1 to 8859-15 is a separate issue, worth discussing.
For instance, how much software supports 8859-15?
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