Accents and ñ in HTML
Thread poster: Yaotl Altan
| | Marcelo Silveyra
Local time: 02:59
German to English
It depends on what you're designing/updating your website with. If you're using pure HTML, then you need to include codes for those characters, instead of the actual characters. Here's a list of codes:
I use Dreamweaver for my website stuff, and don't have to include any codes in there - Dreamweaver does it automatically (and I find HTML "programming" to be really tedious anyway). I know that program-generated pages are not as memory-effective, but in the age of broadband, that is hardly a concern with standard webpages. (Now, if someone just cleaned up the damn registry in Windows....)
| Raw HTML and wit Dreaweaver || Jun 19, 2007 |
Thank you very much, Marcelo.
I don't know what's going on. First, I used a template to set my page. Then, I edited it using Dreamweaver. The pages looked fine "locally" at the PC but when I uploaded to the site, the accents did not display, so I decided to edit the raw HTML files which is too slow
Once I fixed "manually" these files on the site, I downloaded to my PC and the same s...ituation: the accents did not display.
Anyway, I hope I can fix it with this great advise, Marcelo. Thanx!
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