Re: [NH] DOCTYPES and content-type
- WV-Mike wrote:
> I checked the Control Panel for my provider and it was notNo. In practice, as far as I know, this route is only open to you if you
> readily apparent to me where this might be done.
> I did some googling on "indicate encoding is by means of the
> HTTP headers". No luck.
run your own server. But you can turn it off. In my case the server sent
a declaration of 8859-1 which clashed with my own META tag. If that
happens to you, you can add this line to your .htaccess:
For a good overview of htaccess read this:
- Obrigado Marcelo, Thank you.
This should help a lot in beginning to understand tidy.
Too many options galore! http://tidy.sourceforge.net/docs/quickref.html
But what I really need to do is pare it down to simply converting to UTF-8
at the end of the publishing process.
To the Marvelous NoteTab developers, BIG REQUEST - Native UTF-8 support in
NTP. At least on Win 2000/XP/Vista which I believe are Unicode based
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Of Marcelo de Castro Bastos
Sent: Sunday, November 11, 2007 1:41 PM
Subject: Re: [NH] DOCTYPES and content-type
Interviewed by CNN on 11/11/2007 14:53, Corl DeLuna told the world:
> Hi Marcelo,would
> Would you please share the full parameters of your tidy.cfg file? This
> be a big help as I become familiar with tidy.No problemo, I restricted myself to a few lines in the previous message
in order to focus on the issue. The full thing follow below. Note that
most lines are commented out-- I did it this way so I don't have to read
a separate file every time I want to make a change. I don't remember
right now if there are more options, but I don't think so.
You can get some more documentation on this using the Tidy command-line
help (tidy -help for the command-line options, tidy -help-config for the