> Erik is right.
> Content is a attribute of META tag, CHARSET is not.
> CHARSET is part of the HTTP Content-Type Header, therefore,
> you should not
> have " character after text/html and " before UTF-8. The whole string
> "text/html charset=utf-8" is the value of CONTENT attribute
> of META tag.
Actually it is "text/html; charset=utf-8" I believe, with the semicolon
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