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From "Michael" <m...@michael.lai.name>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Russian page not displayed properly in Apache 2.0
Date Fri, 24 Oct 2003 01:12:01 GMT
Well, so much for my brilliant idea.  The charset with the anchor tag
doesn't work either.  Never mind.

> This is more of curious musing than a technical question.
>
> I agree that Apache that can't control which browser does what but it does
> bring an interesting point.  Doesn't the programmers of the browsers follow
> the HTML 4.01 standard set forth by W3C?  I had a look at W3C and it does
> specify that the charset can be controlled by the meta tag.  I guess the
> powers that be at M$ decided to have their own standards.
>
> By the way, in case anyone is interested, I noticed that the charset can
> also be specified using the <A> anchor.  I didn't know this before.  It is
> useful if a webpage is comprised mostly of english but has a small amount of
> content in another language...similar to what I have.  I am going to give it
> a try tonight to see if this method works.
>
> Michael.

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