This web page has the meta tag for encoding:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
The ASP page is printing some document.write with data taken from a database. If I go directly to the js.aspx page, I see this:
document.write('Mon père a été là');
The french accent are there which is good.
But when I go to my test page, I see things like this:
"Mon pÃ¨re a Ã¨tÃ¨ lÃ¨"
All the french accent have been converted in a non-readable format.
I tried to put the charset property to the script tag (charset="iso_8859-1") and it doesn't work. I also check encoding of my ASP page but it still doesn't work.
After googling a lot in vain, I hope I'm not the only having this problem!
Any idea or any solution??
I've done a lot of things and it's working now... I'm not 100% sure but it seems it's because I added responseEncoding="iso-8859-1" to the ASP.Net Page directive.
It works now so I won't touch it again!
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