Coding the HTML correctly doesn't ensure that the reader's system has
the necessary character.

 Best practice is generally to stick to the extended 8-bit ASCII
character set (ISO 8859-1), which does not include U+2018, U+2019,
U+201C, or U+201D.

On Fri, Aug 1, 2014 at 12:48 AM, Davis, David
<david.da...@non.schneider-electric.com> wrote:
> Theresa,
> There should be no problem with those characters in HTML, so long as you put 
> the correct declarations in the Header part of the page (to declare what 
> character set you are using). If you look at a Japanese, Korean or Chinese 
> site, for instance, you'll generally see they manage to have a plenty of 
> non-ASCII characters in them ;)
> Alternatively, you can put & escape sequences in your HTML for those 
> characters.
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