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From: hrhrhr hahaha <kevking@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008 04:41:55 -1000
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IF a page has its charset set in the head section, via meta tag, and elsewhere, within the same page is another charset used, aside from wrapping it in an a tag/element, what would you use? Maybe, alongside lang (and xml:lang) the charset 'could' be added to span? Even using utf-8, there could be a charset used NOT in or recognised by utf, that could be 'added' to the page via inline tag/element?
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