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This is another strategy question. Multiple answers are welcome. What is written in present tense should be thought of as future, not yet realized activity. BACKGROUND: I have constructed a form whose intended purpose is to create chunks of data including text, links, and images that can be entered into a MySQL database for both immediate and future use. For the moment, I am only concerned about their immediate use. From the database these same chunks of data are retrieved and entered into an HTML template that serves as the backbone for an email insert that is, in fact, a weekly new
When I read from my MS Access database(unicode), the Cyrillic characters are not being written correctly in browser(utf-8). How to encode the data by VBScript in real time or how to convert it manually in MS Access? This is what I've found on this topic, but it seems to be quite complicated: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22054934/capture-and-insert-unicode-text-cyrillic-into-ms-access-database/22072399#22072399
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:firstname.lastname@example.org?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 re
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 "cuadrÂ¡pedo".I tryed writing the next line to the beginning of my plugin, but it didn't work:Code: document.getElementsByTagName("html").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?