I translated the “no comments”, “1 comment” and “% comments” from my theme’s index.php file into Korean and encoded in UTF-8 before re-uploading it. It displays perfectly in FF but in IE the whole layout is moved towards the left side of the screen (IE does the same with my fGallery)
Now the really nasty part is that IE still does it even though I changed back the translated terms to English!!
Can anyone tell me why IE is doing this? How can I solve this? Does IE have a problem with UTF-8 encoding?
My blog is here: http://www.raphaella.co.kr/blog
The error the validator comes up with is the following:
Error Line 1 column 0: character "" not allowed in prolog.
���<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www
It’s the same error with my fGallery
What is this error? How can I correct it?
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