How to solve the problem when special characters are not being displayed correctly on your domain webpages?

Sometimes we see that some special characters are not being displayed correctly on the web pages. For example, the £ sign may be displayed as "£".

Please follow the steps below to take care of this problem:-

1.   Copy all the code inside of the .html file.
2.   Open Notepad (or any basic text editor) and paste the code.
3.   Go to "File -> Save As"
4.   Enter the file name "about.html" (select "Save as type: All Files (.)").
5.   Select the Encoding as UTF-8.
6.   Hit Save. You can now delete your old .html file in order to upload this new modified about.html
     file and the encoding problem should be fixed.

Shubham Wednesday 27 November 2013 - 4:48 pm | | Default

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