Norwegian-letters-problem (5 posts)

  1. bad
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I did not have any problems with the letters "æ, ø, å" on my webblog before, but when i entered my site today. The letters have turned to " ? ". How can this happen without me doing anything?
    Site: http://www.dillogdall.com

  2. Login and go to Option/Reading. Is your encoding for pages and feeds set at utf-8?

  3. If so, try changing it to iso-8859-1 . Please note, you may have to re-enter the mentioned characters in each post.

  4. bad
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I have to re-enter the characters in EVERY post!?!? That's like a million letters! Is there no other way!?

  5. serendipity
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I'd usually not advise you to switch to iso-8859-15 (avoid -1 in any case!). But your problem looks weird. Your last few posts are corectly in utf-8. However, those from "Fortsatt døgnvill!" and earlier plus your sidebar are in iso-8859-15. Did someone re-encode the database?
    In this particular case, switching to iso-8859-15 and redoing only the last few posts might be the easiest choice. Otherwise, Stephanie has a good article on her blog.

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