Re: special characters in xml text paramter
David Carlisle wrote: > > > im using IE 6. i > > IE6 will auto-detect the encoding unless you confuse it by having an > incorrect meta element specifying teh wrong encoding, or manually > selecting a wrong encoding in the encoding menu instead of leaving it on > auto-select. My understanding of auto-select, according to the IE help docs, is that auto-select actually only applies if there is no declared encoding. That is, if the encoding is declared in the Content-Type (HTTP message header or meta http-equiv element), IE will use that encoding first. Then you can go in and manually pick something else if you want, and it will use that ... until you hit reload. If the encoding is not declared, then it'll use whatever it's currently set on, *unless* auto-select is set, in which case it will try to guess by looking for specific byte sequences that will clue it in. I haven't really tested this much. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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