Ar 18:45 -0700 1999-04-05, scríobh Jungshik Shin:
>On Mon, 5 Apr 1999, John O'Conner wrote:
>> Since I do not know how to enter UTF-8 on your platform, I wrote a short
>> Java application that converts a file from any supported charset encoding
>> to any other supported charset encoding. You can edit your HTML files in
>> whatever character set you have available, then run this app to convert it
>> to UTF-8. If it doesn't work for you, you can modify it until it does.
I speak a lot of languages, John, but computer programming languages do not
number among them. Thanks for trying, but I wouldn't have the first idea
even how to pour what you sent me into the "Macintosh Runtime for Java" app
that comes with Mac OS 8.5.
Mark suggests that I use DreamWeaver or GoLive! These aren't in the
Info-Mac archives, and I don't even know what they are. Are they HTML
editors? Apparently they are commercial. I don't know how expensive they
could be... but is it worth it to produce one web page I wonder?
I got one answer, what to paste in the header. The other question, what
CAPITAL LETTER D WITH DOT ABOVE is, remains unanswered....
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