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[Bug 12897] UTF-8 BOM should trump users and/or HTTP (Encoding sniffing algorithm)

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--- Comment #15 from Leif Halvard Silli <xn--mlform-iua@xn--mlform-iua.no> 2011-06-17 18:44:03 UTC ---
Example site in the wild: http://vertikal.dk

Web site data: 

* Each page typicaly begins with *several* byte-order marks (sic)
* Many pages mixes UTF-8 and Windows-1252 encoding, even in the
   very same *sentence*: http://vertikal.dk/foto/hitlist.htm

Browser handling data:

* Opera and Firefox allows users to override the encoding.  
   However, to *very little* benfit for the user
* Internet Explorer and Webkit does not allow encoding to be overridden. 
* All browsers apears to be in quirks-mode

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