No, it isn't: it's a character set encoding. But I do understand Andrea's
problem: in many cases the server is being asked to assemble disperate
elements that are hosted in frames... and ALL of the character sets have to
match the top-level META tag (not to mention each other). Setting UTF-8 at
the server level is part of the solution, but you have to convert all of
your content too......
Rosenne To: "Unicode List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
<rosenne@qsm. cc: "Unicode List" <email@example.com>
co.il> Subject: Re: Multilingual Documents [was: HTML forms and UTF-8]
UTF-8 is not a language.
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