responsive html5 turns chinese when viewed online

Enthusiast ,
Oct 16, 2018 Oct 16, 2018

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I have the most bizarre problem with html5 publishing and I can not figure out what is happening.

I am publishing a book to html5 from FrameMaker 2019 - 64 bit version. The published material looks ok when viewed in a browser locally, but when viewed online, everything turns to chinese characters like this:

https://www.smalbro.dk/soco/

Obviously something about fontsettings/unicode goes awry, but why it looks ok locally but not ok online, I can not understand.

Has anybody here experienced this before?

Best regards

Bjørn

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What font are you using in that text? I suspect it's not a web-safe (or whatever they call it) font.

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I use the Verdana, Geneva, Sansserif fontset.

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I don't get this. When I check the code of the HTML5 output from FrameMaker 2019, it says UTF8 and FrameMaker 2017. Even if I choose UTF16.

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