I've been around a while but this is my first post to the aolserver
I have a .LRN site running on AOLserver 4.0.10 and this week we added
static html pages on that site. Those pages are encoded in utf-8, the
html head block has a http-equiv for content-type with content="text/
html; charset=utf-8", the file system of the server is using utf-8 and
the ns/parameters section of the aolserver config file contains:
ns_param HackContentType 1
ns_param DefaultCharset utf-8
ns_param HttpOpenCharset utf-8
ns_param OutputCharset utf-8
ns_param URLCharset utf-8
however the content-type in the http header of the response would read:
Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1
so the browser would set the charset to iso instead of utf-8 and
spanish characters wouldn't be rendered correctly.
I had to add 'ns_param .html "text/html; charset=utf-8"' in the ns/
mimetypes section to get the charset correctly in the http header. I
was expecting the OutputCharset to be applied by default, as it is
when adp or tcl files are served, but apparently it doesn't and I
don't understand why. Did I miss anything?
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