RE: Escape caracters
> From: SMITH Neil [mailto:neil.smith@xxxxxxxx] > It does look like an entity reference... Even though I didn't > find the ones I have on the w3.org website... For example > '„', '“' or '"'. These values are in the > database, but when queried directly from the database and > displayed on a web page, they are displayed as 'normal' > caracters, but not in the XML document, nore after the > parsing to an HTML page. I use XMLSPY to transform XML to > HTML. Is there something that has to be specified in the > XML/HTML or XSL document to resolve the entity references? & q u o t e ; and & a m p ; (spaces added) are built into xml (along with three others) by its specification and are understood by all xml parsers. Things like & # 8 2 2 2 ; (which are called "character references") are also defined by the xml specification. HTML also understands them. So there is nothing special to do. HTML-specific entities like & n b s p ; are specific to html and xhtml. > I've specified this in my XSL : <META > HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; > charset=UTF-8"/> This is in my XML : <?xml version="1.0" > encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> And this is generated in > my HTML page : <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><META > HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/> > > Does anybody know what could be wrong??? What is it that you think is wrong? Cheers, Tom P
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