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Old 12th August 2006, 05:51 PM
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Re: IDN Site building

I would recommend Context, I use it for everything...GUI's are for p*ssy's :=) .

http://www.context.cx/

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Originally Posted by burnsinternet
When uploading the UTF pages, we have a choice of ASCII or Binary and sometimes the ASCII upload messes up the HTML or PHP page. Binary upload does no good either.

I have seen other IDN sites with this problem. It happens sometimes, not always. The first load is OK, but the next time the site is loaded in a browser, it is not the same as it should be.

Does anyone know how to consistently defeat this problem?
I never have problems with this because all utf-8 is directly extracted from a database or it is converted to utf-8 from another format.

If you want any easily changeable website it would be wise to put all your content in a db.

Last edited by bramiozo; 12th August 2006 at 05:55 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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