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html document problem

Postby kris » Thu Sep 29, 2005 9:04 am

I am currently using the 2.0 version of PKP (I need to upgrade again 8) ) I was using acehmtl (the free trial :wink: ) to put in the html files for the last several journals. Now that my trial expired, I tried coffee cup editor. All of my html files are now buggy. There is a ? where every ', " and ... should be. Is this a result of my editor? Does anyone have any suggestions for fixing this? A new editor?

Is this a bug in my editor or the program?

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HTML editor

Postby ramon » Thu Sep 29, 2005 2:15 pm

Dear OJSers,

I recommend using [b]NVU[b] as a free option for other powerful html editors such as Dreamweaver, Frontpage or Golive. Its interface is similar to Frontpage, but creates a very clean code, and has many options, including a standard code view or tag view.

The problem you are having is most certainly a charset problem in your html. Please verify that your editor is able to save as utf-8 (not only change the charset in th meta tags).


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