Special Characters, two things!

New Here ,
Apr 23, 2021 Apr 23, 2021

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Two things:

 

Would it be possible for DreamWeaver to mark as errors those special characters that will not render correctly in modern browsers? As the moment my work flow involves uploading a page, checking for errors, finding those effors on the DW file, correcting and then re-uploading. 

 

Secondly, why is the DW special character screen a drop-menu, sub-menu, sub-menu away and then so limited?

 

Thanks!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 23, 2021 Apr 23, 2021

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which characters are you referring to ?

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Apr 23, 2021 Apr 23, 2021

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All sorts: non-breaking spaces, acents, n-dash, m-dash, &, etc. If these are copied into DW they 'appear' to render correctly, when when viewed in a browser I get a black diamond with a ? symbol.

 

This morning, I copied some text over with "front façade of the building" text in it. I caught two of the "façades" and changed these to "façade", but I missed the third... and had to go back to DW to edit and re-upload.

 

(I have no idea how "façade" and/or "façade" are going to render in this message.)

 

Mark

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What Charset are you using on the site?

You should see something like this in the <head> of your page...

<meta charset="utf-8">

 

The utf-8 charset should have no issue with the vast majority of accents. 

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Thanks, the <meta charset="utf-8"> was missing! I have added this now.

 

The page.php has been up for several years and has been edited many, many times. That may well have been the problem.

 

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dans votre message précédent, vous parliez de navigateurs modernes, de ce fait si votre page est bien encodée, il n'y a pas de nécessité d'employer d'entités HTML.

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