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    will code HTML for food Michel V's Avatar
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    Erm, i'm doing a page in French but that's about a croatian person. So his name has got extended ASCII characters, such as a Z with an inverse ^ and a C with an acute accent.
    I tried encoding the page in croatian but that stuffs up the french encodings used to display the french special ASCII characters...
    And i didn't find any HTML codes to display special croatian characters.
    I'm feeling lost. -_-

    How can i use two different encodings on a single page ?
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    SitePoint Guru CJ's Avatar
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    Try using images for his name, or for small things anyway. This way you avoid trouble.


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