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Character set is undefined at inform7.com

Inform7.com seems to use unicode as the character set, but the HTML header doesn't have any definition of the character set used. When viewing pages where there are non-English characters (mainly the language extensions) the browser uses its default character set which may or may not be unicode. If not, the non-English characters are jumbled. In the <head> part of every HTML page there should be

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

which would instruct the browser to use the correct character set.

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    JuhanaJuhana shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Mark J MusanteMark J Musante commented  · 

        I believe this is fixed now. Please let me know if I missed any pages.

      • JuhanaJuhana commented  · 

        Looks like the character set is now defined in most of the pages, but not in the extension pages (where it actually matters the most.) I assume the extensions use a different page template than the rest of the site?

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