Le Wednesday 06 February 2008 23:45:34 Carles Pagès, vous avez écrit : > Hello, > > My apache seems to ignore the charset meta data in the html files, so > iso-8859-1 htmls are not properly displayed. If I store them in utf-8, > then there is no problem, even if iso-8859-1 is specified in the meta > headers. > > If I specify the default charset in the apache conf file to be > iso-8859-1 then the iso pages are shown correctly but not utf-8 ones. > > So, does anyone know what could be causing this behaviour? I'm using > apache2 in debian stable, if that helps. > > Thanks in advance. UTF8 is a forced default in Debian's Apache2. To make apache respect meta tags, comment that line : gilles@guitare:~$ cat /etc/apache2/conf.d/charset # Read the documentation before enabling AddDefaultCharset. # In general, it is only a good idea if you know that all your files # have this encoding. It will override any encoding given in the files # in meta http-equiv or xml encoding tags. #AddDefaultCharset UTF-8
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