Re: Accept-Charset support
À 10:03 04-12-96 -0800, Erik van der Poel a écrit :
>Servers cannot send UTF-8 to clients unless they know that the client is
>capable of decoding it or there is a large critical mass of browsers in
>the installed base that is known to be capable of decoding UTF-8.
The same holds for Shift-JIS, KOI-8, Latin-2, and any of a number of
charsets that are sent by servers today, even in some cases knowing that
widespread support by browsers is lacking.
Absence of Accept-Charset means "send anything", so servers are free to send
what it takes to represent the document. If that's UTF-8, the server should
send that, knowing that not many current browsers will be able to deal with
it. And please label it correctly.
François Yergeau <email@example.com>
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