> My experimentation indicated that if the user did not have their browser
> to auto-select encoding, or if they manually overrode the encoding
> selection, the form data would be sent in whatever they had chosen,
> regardless of what charset may be in the <meta http-equiv="Content-Type"
> ...> in the HTML document head.
My general feeling of people who specifically change settings so that the
text was rendered properly and then they specificically changed it is as
THEY DESERVE WHATEVER THEY GET.
The GIGO (garbage in, garbage out ) philospophy is the best way to go here,
IMHO. How much more can you do other than provide a java applet that will
hav a big hand come out of the screen and slap them silly?
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