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xhtml validation and the “&” sign….

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  • replace & with &
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    i see double quotes here.

    _that_ was a fast reply!
    So basicly i should not use & and ” signs in post titles.
    And it seems to work! It’s now transitional!
    Thanks!

    well i use single quotes and they work… rss though seems to turn them into /s but mostly yes. some characters can make a mess. just prefer to use the special characters…
    http://www.howtocreate.co.uk/sidehtmlentity.html
    add this page to ur sidebar 😉

    BTW, is there a way to specify an URL for a category ?
    If the name of the category contain non-url letters, lets say something like éàçèö and the like, the letter is suppressed from the url-path.
    I would like to change that, by specifying an URL-path myself for each category, or if WP would transform the letter to an ascii one (ô into o for example) that would be fine too.

    Unfortunately, the encoder tool is wrong, for compatibility reasons the decimal entity should be used.
    And it doesn’t solve the problem, even with an entity the letter is supressed from the url-path.

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