Re: [WSG] BOM and charset declaration in CSS

2005-11-26 Thread Dejan Kozina
I do use @charset (utf-8); even if it actually serves no purpose: some time ago I've put it in my default CSS template file and never cared about it anymore... You can safely remove the BOM from any utf-8 document, as it serves no purpose: http://www.unicode.org/faq/utf_bom.html#29. If your

RE: [WSG] BOM and charset declaration in CSS

2005-11-25 Thread Paul Noone
Cheers, Gene. After reading the exhaustive W3C tutorial on encoding I wound up not delcaring it in the CSS after all. I'm also using Source Edit (a free Windows hex/text editor) to delete the invisible single character entity that Notebook and other editors like to insert at the start of file.

Re: [WSG] BOM and charset declaration in CSS

2005-11-24 Thread Dejan Kozina
I do use @charset (utf-8); even if it actually serves no purpose: some time ago I've put it in my default CSS template file and never cared about it anymore... You can safely remove the BOM from any utf-8 document, as it serves no purpose: http://www.unicode.org/faq/utf_bom.html#29. If your

RE: [WSG] BOM and charset declaration in CSS

2005-11-24 Thread Paul Noone
Cheers, Gene. After reading the exhaustive W3C tutorial on encoding I wound up not delcaring it in the CSS after all. I'm also using Source Edit (a free Windows hex/text editor) to delete the invisible single character entity that Notebook and other editors like to insert at the start of file.

[WSG] BOM and charset declaration in CSS

2005-11-23 Thread Paul Noone
Who uses an encoding declaration at the head of their external CSS style sheets? And how do you get around the UTF-8 signature or byte order mark (BOM) that some editors add to the document? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of russ -

Re: [WSG] BOM and charset declaration in CSS

2005-11-23 Thread Andrew Cunningham
Hi Paul, Paul Noone wrote: Who uses an encoding declaration at the head of their external CSS style sheets? if my stylesheet just uses the basic Latin range, I usually don't bother with an encoding declaration. If the values of my id and class attributes fall outside that range or if I

Re: [WSG] BOM and charset declaration in CSS

2005-11-23 Thread Gene Falck
Hi Paul and Russ, Paul wrote: And how do you get around the UTF-8 signature or byte order mark (BOM) that some editors add to the document? I see you already have some replies on this BOM bit. For looking over your file format (and also simply deleting the BOM) you might also try a utility