Re: Correction/Apology- funky chars. (was: Poll by Email No. 8
|From:||Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, April 21, 2002, 16:49|
On 21 Apr 02, at 6:33, Muke Tever wrote:
Note that some browsers may still not like it -- for example, I believe
Netscape 4.x doesn't do &#xxx; entities unless the document is marked
as UTF-8 encoded (though I think characters that exist in the current
Windows codepage would still work).
> >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?
> However, the range of Latin-1 ends with the character ÿ (y-umlaut).
> S-caron is in the windows charset (cp-1252, I think.. or is that Russian?) but
> not Latin-1.
cp-1252 is correct for "Western European".
Philip Newton <Philip.Newton@...>