Subject: Re: [xsl] escaping an accented character|
From: Peter Hollingsworth <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2004 22:05:22 -0800
Peter Hollingsworth wrote:
The character à ('a' with a grave accent) appears in a node in my XML. When I use an XSLT to display the node in an href for link in an html page, the character gets escaped as %C3%A0, which is completely wrong (it should be escaped as %E0). Similar problems occur with all accented characters.
It's exactly the right thing. See:
Both the XSL and the XML file have encoding="UTF-8" (unicode, I believe).
That's irrelevant here.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
Fix the server, if you can. The URI is just fine.
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