2012/6/21 Andrew Shell <and...@andrewshell.org>:
> I think the problem is which character encoding your browser is using.thanks for this hint. I added a custom template to my world outline
> When I clicked your link everything was as you see it but when (in
> Firefox) I clicked "View > Character Encoding" and changed it from
> "Unicode (UTF-8)" to "Western ISO-8859-1". It's not consistent
> though, when I created a blogpost with my account I saw the characters
(following the screencast of today) and put this additional line in
the head of the HTML:
(iso-8859-1 didn't work -- because that's the Windows encoding)
Now the german umlauts are correct within the browser but the text is
I need a place where I can change the template for OPML. ;o)
(In general in my opinion it would be better if the OPML Editor is
wkr (and again excuse my bad (d)english)
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