Correction/Apology- funky chars. (was: Poll by Email No. 8
|From:||Roger Mills <romilly@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, April 21, 2002, 3:25|
Good grief, of all times to send something in UTF 7. Sorry.
Peter Clark wrote:
>(iso-8859-1) with "funky" characters.
> A group: à á â ã ä å æ
> E group: è é ê ë
> I group: ì í î ï
> O group: ò ó ô õ ö ø
> U group: ù ù ú û ü
> Others: þ ð ý ÿ ç ñ (thorn, eth, accented y, umlauted y, cedilla,tilde-n)
(As well as (s-caron) sometimes.......)
Someone (Wm Annis I think) recently recommended http://www.htmlhelp.com/
where I learned that s-caron can be represented in html as either & Scaron;
or &# 352; (caps.), lower case & scaron; or &# 353;-- is this correct? (I
also had the numbers reversed in the first post) (There is properly of
course no space after the ampersand or ampersand#).
I know that Alt 0154 doesn't always work-- it does on my browser, but
Validator said no-no.