Markus Kemmerling writes:
 > I would like to have users being able to enter german vowels , ,  and other 
 >non-ASCII-characters for which HTML-entities exist (ISO 8859-1) into a 
 >form-input-field and have them rendered as HTML-entities by the corresponding var-tag 
 >in the form-handler.
 > 
 > The 'html_quote'-attribute only seems to convert &, <, and > (and quotes?). Of 
 >course I could write my own python-method with a lot of replaces. But that would 
 >probably mean to reinvent a wheel that already exists (this seems to be a rather 
 >common task to me). Or is there a way to do it in DTML?
 > 
 > Any help appreciated.
I would instead include a "charset" declaration and
no longer worry about HTML entities for latin 1 characters.

   <dtml-call "RESPONSE.setHeader('Content-Type','text/html; charset=iso-8859-1')">


Dieter

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