I'm adding text to a very simple PHP site, and for some reason, it's adding an "Â" at the end of some words in the text. There does not seem to be a pattern as to when it adds it, but maybe you can see one that I'm not seeing, as although I know HTML, I am a novice at PHP.
Here is an excerpt of the coding:
<div>ABOUT OUR AMAZING VOLUNTEERS</div> <br /> <div>It's only right to add here that*several traveled hundreds of miles to Volunteer.</div> <div> Chuck Bramwell,*our Leader of California Triple Crown & Frank Neal the Stat*Man*for CTC</div>
And here is the results that you see on the web page in a browser:
ABOUT OUR AMAZING VOLUNTEERS
It's only right to add here thatÂ several traveled hundreds of miles to Volunteer.
Chuck Bramwell,Â our Leader of California Triple Crown & Frank Neal the StatÂ ManÂ for CTC
UPDATE: I just noticed that when I copied and pasted the code into this post, it added an "" in the same place where the "Â" was added in the output, even though, in the code, neither an "" or an "Â" appeared. So I went back to the code, and even though I didn't see an "*" or an "Â", I deleted that space and hit the spacebar to replace the space, saved it, refreshed the page and VOILA! The Â is gone! Not sure what happened, but I'm glad it was an easy fix.