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wrong character 뮼/td> instead of ?


joanselten

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when using "special" characters it may be better to use the html code for them.

 

so use & euml; (without the space between & and e) or & #235; (again no space) for ?

 

http://www.esc.cam.ac.uk/new/v10/contact/special_chars.html might assist.

 

Yes I know that it's possible, but there must be a other way.

 

If I save the page with IE and then open it', it shows the correct characters.

 

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This is probably due to a difference in 'encoding' used by the server and phpMyAdmin.

 

Contact your hosting company and find out which default character set encoding they use for MySQL, and then check in phpMyAdmin if it is using the same.

 

Vger

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This is probably due to a difference in 'encoding' used by the server and phpMyAdmin.

 

Contact your hosting company and find out which default character set encoding they use for MySQL, and then check in phpMyAdmin if it is using the same.

 

Vger

 

Thanks for replay, strange of all is that the code shows ? and 's and after saving te page and opening it's okay.

 

Im running it on clarkconnect.

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