Re: UTF-8 code in HTML

From: G. Adam Stanislav (
Date: Wed Apr 19 2000 - 13:19:05 EDT

At 14:16 18-04-2000 -0700, A. Vine wrote:
>Adam, et al,
>Bear in mind that people will sooner click than provide feedback.

True. But some percentage of people will provide feedback.

Also, since the site I was talking about provides certain files for
downloads, I can tell from the logs that most visitors do not click away
before they have several pages and downloaded several files.

So, I'd say UTF-8 is causing me no problems. Then again, the only thing
that the site uses UTF-8 for is typographically correct quotes and
apostrophes, so it is possible people who use old browsers can still read
the bulk of the text.

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