__/ [ Jukka K. Korpela ] on Sunday 21 May 2006 09:32 \__
> Starman <iknowbutidontknow@xxxxxxxxx> scripsit:
>> Some how I'm getting the following inserted on my webpage between text
> Your newsreader does not declare the character encoding of your message, so
> US-ASCII is to be implied, making octet C2 (hexadecimal) undefined. So even
> this part of the problem (what you actually see) is unspecified.
It's a matter of bad editor, I believe (maybe not one which supports unicode
propertly), rather than a faulty newsreader.
> You haven't specified the URL, and you haven't told which authoring tool
> you are using. Don't expect useful answers before you specify them.
Give him/her a chance to post a followup...
>> What is causing this
> Well, the hell just froze over (Finland won the Eurovision contest), and I
> guess that explains pretty much everything.
>> and how do I fix it?
> Join us.
>> I tried deleting the characters, but everytime it seems to return.
> It's either your authoring tool, or a curse upon you. Normally I'd vote for
> the former, but now...
>> I never had this
>> problem before, but today it seemed to appear.
> Right. After all, the hell _just_ froze over.
Yes. Last night I put 2.5 spoons of sugar in my coffee, rather than just 2.
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