I can’t fathom this out at all!
On the ‘Admissions’ section I have put price in - but I can’t get rid of the ‘A’ symbol before the £ sign
Looks fine when I preview it in the browser but shows when online. I have tried changing the font to helvetica, but no joy.
And then select under the encoding drop down options (Arabic (ISO 8859-6) ) etc? Not sure what it should be but try selecting something different. You may have to take it down to Unicode UTF-8 or whatever.
The output seems to be set fine-- html5 and UTF-8-- seems fine to me. My guess is that you’re using an incorrect keystroke or keyboard language on your mac.
What I do these days is open System Preferences and enable the Character Viewer in the menu from the Keyboard Preferences. Place my cursor in Freeway where I want the pound or copyright symbol to appear, then open the Character Viewer from the menubar and search for the symbol I want. Double-click the symbol in CV and it will appear in the Freeway window, thus guaranteeing the correct keystroke.
See if that works for you or not, else we need to thimk deeper on it.
My guess is that your host has set the output encoding at their server level to something other than UTF-8. W3C have been recommending for years – like 10 or more years – that all HTML should be served with UTF-8 encoding. But some hosts don’t do that, and I really can’t imagine why.
On May 11, 2015, at 12:03 PM, Noel Sergeant email@hidden wrote:
Genius!. Thankyou Trev. UTF didn’t work but Windows Latin does appear to.
Never come across this before, even with other sites on same host. This is the only time I have changed text encoding.