Last autumn I edited the Irish national anthem (with 'dotted'
ortography) in UTF-8 HTML.
The META header is
<META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
and it must be in the header section (between <HEAD> and </HEAD>)
If you want to take a look, the URL is
(Any errors there, by the way?)
Some UTF-8 character encodings are at
Michael Everson skreiv:
> I need to make an HTML document with UTF-8 encoding. I'm on a Mac running
> Mac OS 8.5, and to my knowledge I have no tools which will allow me to just
> format UTF-8, so I will have to type in the double-byte characters it by
> The document will contain, for instance, Latin A-Z, and A WITH ACUTE, and D
> WITH DOT ABOVE.
> So how do I do it? What (exactly) do I paste in the header (charset=utf8)?
> Is there anything I can use to actually view the result? To my knowledge
> WGL4 fonts don't have most of the characters I need; maybe NT does. Mac OS8
> has all that Text Encoding stuff in the System Folder, but none of its use
> is apparent even to the expert user.
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