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Re: html doc rendering problem via apache



Apache wouldnt do any sort of 'rendering'. It could be that apache is
'dropping' the characters or is giving a 'default language' that isnt
correct for those codes. 

Try the following:
Try a different default browser
Look at the HTML source in the browser.
 See if the © is there. Then also look at what the page info says
(Mozilla -> View -> Page Info)

I am going to bet you are seeing the code delivered by Apache as UTF-8
and the base page as ISO-8859-1. Changing Apache to have a default
encoding of something other than UTF-8 may help.

On Fri, 2003-12-05 at 15:36, Scott Gose wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> When viewing the documentation-guide's html with a browser, it renders
> fine.  But when I move that directory behind a URL served up by Apache,
> it doesn't.  A screenshot of this behavior is here:
> 
>     http://www.gose.org/1.png
> 
> It appears that Apache is not able to render some of the characters as
> noted by the black boxes that appear.  Any ideas?
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