The currency symbol for “Pound” as in British pound isn’t showing up.
In the code in openmenu.php it appears garbled:
If that gets interpretted its a inverted comma, followed by a capital A with a ^ above it, then the british pound symbol (only found on certain keyboards).
The HTML code is
However entered either of these, the code displays as written.
Its because the page displaying it doesn’t support UTF8. Update the theme to UTF 8 and it should display without issue.
I’m using the default WordPress twentyeleven theme. Isn’t that UTF-8?
I notice in the code that some currency symbols are written as so;
‘VND’ => ‘& #8363;’,
‘THB’ => ‘ & #3647;’,
(space added afer the & for display here)
Can I not use this technique for the GB £ symbol?
Can you provide your OpenMenu URL so we can look into this. We will review and provide a fix in the next couple of days.
The site testing url is: http://www.momocafe.co.uk/wordpress
I think the issue has been resolved in the 1.4.4 update (should appear soon). It appears as if the file was not saved as UTF-8 which was required for the currency symbol function to work properly.
Please update to the new version and let me know if your issue has been resolved.
The updated plugin is working as expected. Great response time chaps!
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