I'm having a problem with a UTF-8 HTML page containing a
encoded in UTF-8.
literal, which contains an umlaut, and dynamically puts the
string into an HTML tag. But the umlaut is not displayed
properly and displays as a little square box instead. What could
be the cause of this problem?
of the <script> tag is interpreted as being encoded in the same
character set as the HTML page itself? If so, then I have to
search for the error elsewhere.
I haven't gotten to any more thorough analysis yet. Thought I
should ask here first, just in case there are a few well-known
... That one along with another "<script" are quoted. ... Not from an HTML parser's point of view. ... a start tag for a script element ... When this simple HTML parser passes the string "\nvar foo = '" to the ...
- Re: encoding of scripts
... is not valid HTML - the fact that there is an end script tag in quotes ... causes the parser to stop recognising the script. ... The fact that there is an end tag causes that. ... By HTML 4.01 rules, yes. ...
- Re: Flyout Menus from Dynamic Drive...
... Have you contact the author of the script? ... Add the below script in the of MyframeOne, ... do they mean the body of the HTML page ... > inside the tag for MyFrameOne?) ...