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In the article about the Javaone Jetbrains booth on your website, every word
with an apostrophe has a question mark instead.


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Scott Curtis wrote:

In the article about the Javaone Jetbrains booth on your website, every word
with an apostrophe has a question mark instead.


Seems to be due to bad markup in the header. The header says:

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When Mozilla renders it as UTF-8 I get question marks. If I choose View
| Character Coding | ISO 8859-1, I get the correct apostrophes, dashes
and so on.

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Yep, that did it. I was viewing it in IE using UTF-8 but when I chose Auto
Select for the encoding, it appeared correctly.


"Jonas Kvarnström" <jonkv@ida.liu.se> wrote in message
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Scott Curtis wrote:

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In the article about the Javaone Jetbrains booth on your website, every

word

with an apostrophe has a question mark instead.

>

Seems to be due to bad markup in the header. The header says:

>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/>

>

When Mozilla renders it as UTF-8 I get question marks. If I choose View
| Character Coding | ISO 8859-1, I get the correct apostrophes, dashes
and so on.

>


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Thanks Scott -- looks like something has been changed in our code -- we're
working on it. If you find any other pages like that, please let us know.

Best,

David


"Scott Curtis" <scurtis@smart421.com> wrote in message
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In the article about the Javaone Jetbrains booth on your website, every

word

with an apostrophe has a question mark instead.

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