>In summary edit /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf and change the
>AddDefaultCharset parameter appropriately.
As you pointed out, in httpd.conf the setting was:
I changed it to:
This solves the problem I was having.
But as you say, converting the existing mysql data to utf-8 would be the
I'll try to do this, if possible, and let you know the outcome.
Many thanks again for the help.
Eugene van den Hurk
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Tel: +353 21 4279517
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