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  • Resolved Vlado2013

    (@vlado2013)


    Hi Tobias!

    Merry Cristmas!

    We are happy with your plugin until we have php version 5.2:
    We have changed the version to 5.3 and when the table in Cyrilic is imported from Dreamweaver in html format the following symbols appear:
    За възрРetc.

    Here is the Version Info:

    · Website: http://amigostravel.eu
    · TablePress: 1.2
    · TablePress (DB): 22
    · TablePress table scheme: 3
    · Plugin installed: 2013/09/23 22:14:02
    · WordPress: 3.7.1
    · Multisite: no
    · PHP: 5.3.8
    · mySQL (Server): 5.0.92-50-log
    · mySQL (Client): 5.0.92
    · ZIP support: no
    · UTF-8 conversion: yes
    · WP Memory Limit: 64M
    · Server Memory Limit: 256M
    · Magic Quotes: off
    · WP_DEBUG: false

    Thanks in advance for your help !

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/tablepress/

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  • Plugin Author TobiasBg

    (@tobiasbg)

    Hi,

    thanks for your question, and sorry for the trouble.

    I don’t think that this is related to the PHP version. More likely, there’s something wrong with the character encoding.

    Please make sure that the character encoding is to the “UTF-8” in Dreamweaver. Then, please also try opening the HTML file in a text editor like Notepad, and check how the characters appear there. Try “File” -> “Save as” and choose “Unicode (UTF-8)” there.
    Then try the import again.

    Regards,
    Tobias

    Hi!

    I forgot to mention that I tried all these.
    Nothing happened!
    We do everything the same way as with the php 5.2. – same Dreamweaver, same data etc.

    The only change we’ve made was the php version.

    Plugin Author TobiasBg

    (@tobiasbg)

    Hi,

    ok, then maybe the new PHP version does not have UTF-8 support built-in, or something like that…

    Can you try opening your HTML table file in e.g. Excel? Does everything look good there? Can you then save it to CSV from there and try to import that?

    Regards,
    Tobias

    I appreciate your prompt responses!

    The same story with CSV format – ðèìà âúçðàñòíè

    It’s strange, isn’t it ?

    Maybe something about the server tools ?!!

    On the other side the rest of the cyrilic words in the new posts are OK !

    The only problem is with TablePress !

    Plugin Author TobiasBg

    (@tobiasbg)

    Hi,

    can you then please email me some files for which the import is not working (placed in a ZIP archive), the address is in the main plugin file “tablepress.php”? That way, I can investigate this directly. Thanks!

    Regards,
    Tobias

    It’s done!

    Plugin Author TobiasBg

    (@tobiasbg)

    Hi,

    thanks for the files, and for the extra input on the “Tableizer”.
    Now, I tried the two HTML files and the CSV file, and the HTML files imported just fine for me. The Cyrillic characters where kept without problems. The CSV file will however not work, as that’s not stored as UTF-8 and the characters are therefore broken already.

    So, my assumption here is that there’s either something wrong with how your browser uploads the HTML files to WordPress (maybe the UTF-8 encoding is lost somewhere), or with the UTF-8 handling on the server.
    Basically, to prevent this from happening, you’ll have to make sure that all steps along the way don’t mess with the UTF-8 encoding.

    Regards,
    Tobias

    Hi Tobias!

    The issue is solved. It was the server issue actualy!

    Thanks for your support !

    Plugin Author TobiasBg

    (@tobiasbg)

    Hi,

    no problem, you are very welcome! 🙂 Good to hear that this helped and that the issue is now solved!
    Do you maybe happen to know what the server issue was? Maybe that helps other people who have this problem in the future…

    Regards,
    Tobias

    I’ve been told that the account is moved to a server with php 5.3.27 by default.
    That’s all 🙂

    Plugin Author TobiasBg

    (@tobiasbg)

    Hi,

    ah, okay, thanks! There was something wrong in the old PHP configuration then, I guess.

    Best wishes,
    Tobias

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