Why is 'UK ish' text full of question marks (?)
April 7, 2003 5:39PM
edited January 2014
When reading online British tabloids the text is full of question marks instead of ('). Why does this happen, do the Brits use a different Font table? Why does this happen?
Reply 1 of 5
April 7, 2003 5:43PM
Which ones? It really shouldnt matter since the webby should state what encoding it is using.
Reply 2 of 5
April 7, 2003 5:55PM
Originally posted by Gargoyle
Which ones? It really shouldn't matter since the webby should state what encoding it is using.
Virtually every british page behaves like that, the tabloids, broadsheets you name it. I was reading car test on 'www.topgear.com' and it's full of question marks as well??? Nice to meet a Scoucer in here
) The Reds will will make it next year
Reply 3 of 5
April 7, 2003 6:02PM
top gear looks fine to me! I assume you mean you are seeing "we?re" instead of "we're"??
Reply 4 of 5
April 7, 2003 10:40PM
topgear looks fine to me too.
What browser are you using? Safari, Mozilla, and OmniWeb all display it fine on my Mac.
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April 8, 2003 3:14AM