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  1. why url can only be sent over the internet using the ascii character-set but not use unicode???
  2. why url can only be sent over the internet using the ascii character-set but not use unicode???
  3. faisal wahid


    why url can only be sent over the internet using the ascii character-set but not use unicode???
  4. RRRaney


    Hello, I have read that the @charset and the @import statements must be the first thing in a StyleSheet if they are being used. I have been using this with IE8 and Firefox 27.0, it seems to work fine. @charset "UTF-8";/****************************************************************************************** Name: Default.css* Version: 1.0.0****************************************************************************************** Description: *****************************************************************************************/@import url("../.Library/.Style/Base-1.0.0.css");@import url("../.Library/.Style/Extension-1.0.0.css");@import url("../.Library/.Style/Bulletin-1.0.0.css");/****************************************************************************************/body{ overflow-y: scroll; background-color: #FFF; background-image: url("../Image/Background-body.png"); background-repeat: repeat-X;}.....bla bla bla I like using this because it will completely load the first import before the rest (from what I can gather). I also like to have a heading at the top of my files. Will this fail on other browsers or versions? Thanks, Raney
  5. so, what i am trying to do is send an email from an HTML FORM. i want to keep it somewhat simple, meaning i don't want employ JS or PHP. HTML and CSS only. what i have so far: <form name="DriveOnRequest" method="POST" action="mailto:myemail@example.com?subject=Drive On Request" type="text/html" content-type="Multipart/formdata" accept-charset="UTF-8" enctype="Multipart/formdata" > <table> <td> <tr> <th><label>Requestor Name:<abbr title="Enter your name if you are the requestor or the name of the person who you are requesting the drive on for.">Help</abbr></label></th> <td><label>First</label><input type="text" name="first1" min="2" required></td> <td><label>Last</label><input type="text" name="last1" min="2" required></td> </tr> this is the more important part .. i think as i believe that the problem is somewhere in here. i am closing the form out and have a submit button. everything works fine up until then. when i submit it opens the default email program and is ready to send; however, the email inside looks something like this: Questions: 1. How can i remove the INPUT NAME Tags (first1=) or at least the "=" sign? 2. How can i remove the "&" sign obviously used as space. 3. Is there a way to style the whole thing at all? Because this is really where i need it. In the email, not the form. I am thinking that it has to do with the charset or the encoding but i am not sure. I find everything on the www about how to style the form but no more than bits and pieces about the resulting email.
  6. Hi! I'm having a trouble with my mobile plugin: it shows me the new elements added by scripting with a different charset of the page. E.g. I can read "cuadrúpedo" but the same word in my plugin show "cuadr¡pedo".I tryed writing the next line to the beginning of my plugin, but it didn't work:Code: document.getElementsByTagName("html")[0].setAttribute("lang", "es"); Then, I wrote a "converter function" which replaces the special characters with unicode, like the next line, bub it didn't work.Code: str.replace( /ú/g, "/xfa־" ); What can I do?
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