Re: "Concerning your desire to individually configure the encoding instead  
of rely on the default encoding..."

Actually, I have no desire to individually configure the encoding. As far as
I know, there is no way to do so in a CSS file anyway.

Re: "It seems, that IIS/ASP.Net gives you the ability to use individual  
Web.config files to overwrite the default response encoding."

That may be true for .Net, which is what uses the web.config file, but I am
not using .Net.

> Perhaps you should look at

Not an option.


Received on Wednesday, 27 June 2007 16:43:24 UTC