View-Encoding and charset on web page


A

aa

even if I place in the header of an HTML page
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">, IE6
still shows gobbledegook unless I tweek View-Encoding (the page is in
Cyrillics, created in Notepad and saved as Unicode). Obviously one cannot
force other visitors play with encoding setting. Is there a reliable way to
secure that a page encoding is displayed correctly on
 
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R

rob^_^

Hi,

Loose Notepad. Modern html editors have MS intellisense. You are bound to
make more mistakes using notepad.

Look at which font families you are using.

Regards.
 
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A

aa

If we dive into discussing modern html editors, we will never come back to
the original question. So many of them and to clean the question off their
countless intellisense, I used the basic one with no intellisense, just with
the ability to save textfile in ANSI or Uniode format. Are u saying Notepad
does not save correctly text files?
 

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