Leonard Rosenthol on Wed, 17 Oct 2001 21:30:19 +0200

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RE: [PLUG] ASCII encoding question...

At 10:37 AM -0400 10/17/01, William Shank wrote:
in the mean time, i'll have a web developer change all the ascii codes to
the html equivalent, but i'd really like to know why it looks ok in the
browser server from one machine but not hte other. i figure it has to be ISO
vs UTF encoding, but I don't know how to change it - it's usually a install
time option.

Are you specifying the encoding of the document in the HTML meta tags? If not, that's your problem since the different servers can be making assumptions for you about the default encoding that is then sent in the MIME header.

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