Piotr Trzcionkowski wrote:
> all my pages in utf-16 have a proper meta declaration.
HTML's META charset does not work for non-ASCII-based character
encodings, such as UTF-16, UCS-4 and EBCDIC. Some browser versions may
autodetect UTF-16 based on the presence of zero-valued octets and/or the
BOM. The most standard way to declare UTF-16 in HTTP is via
Content-Type. For example:
Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-16BE
See the following for the definition of UTF-16BE:
(By the way, when is this Internet Draft going to become an RFC?)
I noticed that the above document appears to be in "little-endian"
Unicode. Try copying and pasting the above URL into my HTTP/HTML source
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