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Re: characters in html pages do not display correctly



The problem was on the server. I needed to add
AddDefaultCharset ISO-8859-1   to httpd.conf

> On Tue, Jun 29, 2004 at 04:37:29PM -0500, olga urbantimes net wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I've noticed that some characters in the htm pages (created in
>> Dreamweaver) do not display correctly. For example, in Dreamweaver on a
>> workstation, I have quotation marks, but when the page is ftped to the
>> server running Apache 2, they become question marks. Some European
>> characters get garbled as well.
>>
>> Can someone tell me please what could be the reason for that.
>
> Almost certainly those characters are outside of the standard ASCII
> range and your HTML doesn't define which character set they are taken
> from.
>
> Try defining the character set in your HTML page. ISO-8859-1 would be
> a good first guess.
>
> Dave...
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