Re: [NH] Strange characters...
>We do know, Bob told us. He uses NoteTab and writes in his nativeAxel, it's only the so called illegal range that's unique to the
windows codepage. The rest, as the superscript characters at hand, are not.
>If Bob can make the server send the correct HTTP headers, that's best.Trial and error works pretty well too. ;-)
>Only his provider can tell him that.
>The two providers I'm using (one isDo they let you use .htaccess but they don't let you use it to
>my own choice and with the other I'm webmaster for someone else) don't,
>but at least allow me to stop them sending the wrong ones.
declare the character encoding? That sounds strange and unusual indeed.
>encoded as cp-1252 (of which terms like AnsiNew and others are synonyms,So he will with an iso latin charset.
>but not ANSI, Latin-1 or ISO 8859-1). So if you go and tell that to the
>browsers rendering your pages, you'll be fine.
I'll be quiet now. This doesn't lead anywhere and has very little to
do with Bob's question. Again, I'm sorry for this bickering. It
really wasn't my intention but that's how it turned out. I just
wanted Bob to get an answer to his question.