Hello! My blog is in French, and I want all the text encoded in html code for special characters, for this is the best way to make them readable for everyone in the world. Forget about iso-8899-15 (something like that), Unicode, etc. Just use the html encoding: & eacute ; (without the spaces) is Ã©, & ccedil ; is Ã§, and so on. Almost anybody in the world will read this right.
Now, I would like world press to do this automatically. If I or a visitor of my blog types Ã§, I would like WordPress to record it as & cedil ; (without the spaces of course). So the french characters would be readable from any modern computer, regardless of the language of the browser, desktop, and so.
Is it possible to encode everything in html codes?
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