I am not sure if this is a zope problem or a browser problem or a lack of
my understanding of webservers and/or utf-8 & unicode but here it is:
I have a page template with a form and a textarea input element. The value
for the element comes from a database (MySQL) field. The database field
contains utf-8 encoded text (includes the bullet and registered
characters). When the page is displayed in Firefox (version 220.127.116.11) it
displays fine. However when the page is displayed in IE 6 (or 7), it shows
garbage characters for the bullet and registered characters.
What I find as strange is that if the same field is displayed as just text
(i.e. just in a td element rather than in an input element) it displays
fine in IE.
My page template has the following headers:
'text/html;; charset=utf-8');" >
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
Firefox reports the page encoding as UTF-8 with meta:
content-type text/html; charset=utf-8
<textarea cols="50" name="detail_desc" rows="10"
I have also tried adding accept-charset="utf-8" to the form element
I have been able to fix the problem by adding this to my zope.conf:
I don't understand why this "fixes" the problem or if it is the correct
way to resolve this.
Any comments would be appreciated
Daryl Daly, B.Sc.
Chief Programmer/Business Analyst
Norco Products Ltd. Really Cool Bikes!!!
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