On my site that I just completed www2.st-john.or.jp I had the
following problem which with the help of my provider I was able to
solve. However, I am wondering whether the same thing will occur if I
should change themes which I am considering doing. On
uploading the .php blog and contact pages the headers garbled in Japanese
for some reason. There were no problems with the rest of the site pages.
The provider did something which they didn't tell me and managed to solve
the problem. I, myself, played with the text encoding in Safari and worked out that
it wanted unicode (UTF-
to work instead of the "default" - whatever
that was. However, on checking the inspector window in Rapidweaver I see that
the site was created with UTF-8 so what the problem is I have no idea. The provider
mentioned coding only. Since I am using Eblogger for the blog page I am not having
any problems updating the blog.
Has anybody else had this kind of trouble in Japanese - especially with .php files like blog and contact pages? And, if so, how did you solve the problem?