We’re using the default setting “UTF-8” in our WordPress installation. However, if you look in the page source, it states: charset=iso-8859-1
Firefox displays the page correctly but IE does not.
Manually switching IE to UTF-8 solves the “Dutch” character issue, but rather we’d have IE “see” that we use UTF-8 automatically. Did I miss something here? Where else can I set the encoding method, so it shows in the headers correctly?
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