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Chapter THREE. Working with Pages > TIP 45: Adding Document Encodings to Pages ...

TIP 45: Adding Document Encodings to Pages with Errors

Document encoding is a little piece of HTML syntax that tells the browser which character set (charset) to use when displaying a Web page. Charset refers to the set of characters used in a particular language (English, French, and so on). If you open a page that was created without a document encoding assigned, GoLive offers options for correcting the omission. Use one of the following methods to assign a document encoding to a page.


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