Rapidweaver index.html file not Vietnamese language friendly


(Chris Walker) #1

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RapidWeaver Version: 6.2.3 (14912)
System Version: 10.10.4
Hardware: 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display, 2.7GHz Processor, 128 GB SSD Storage, 8GB Memory.

Issue:
Note: I am a very happy RW user. The problem I am trying to solve is not a game stopper but I’d like to solve it or at least understand why it is happening.

Go to www.web-ranking.vn and you will see my website written in Vietnamese language. I am using the Theme called Simple offered by Realmac Software. When I view my website in all browsers the Vietnamese language displays perfectly. The problem arrises when I view source. In fact the problem is noticeable before I ever upload the website. The problem starts in the index.html file that RW generates. The Vietnamese characters are not displayed correctly. For example,

meta name=“keywords” content="seo l & a g r a v e ; g & i g r a v e ; "
meta name=“description” content=“SEO là gì? SEO là viết tắt của Search Engine Optimization hay tiếng Việt gọi là Tối ưu ho & a a c u t e ; c & o c i r c ; n g cụ t & i g r a v e ; m kiếm.”

	<title>SEO là gì?</title>

Expected Result:
When RW generates the index.html file all Vietnamese characters should display correctly; not be translated to “& a g r a v e” or “& a a c u t e”

Note that the site Title is the same as the meta keyword. The Site Title displays perfect but the meta keyword does not.

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I have troubleshoot this for a week now.
I believe the solution can not be implemented by Yourhead Stacks
I believe the solution can not be implemented by Theme Developers
I believe the solution can be implemented by adjusting the way RW creates the index.html file.
Question, when the index.html file is saved, what format is it saved as?

Again, I am a big RW fan. Unfortunately for me, I live in Vietnam and have customers wanting websites in Vietnamese language. When they see the source code full of unusual characters they complain to me. I really would like to solve this problem. Thanks for your help in advance.


(Peter Danckwerts) #2

That is very frustrating. I’ve been complaining about RW doing this for years. It doesn’t do it in all circumstances but I can’t work out exactly what circumstances. It doesn’t happen if the text is input using a unicode CMS, of course, so Armadillo pages (for instance) are fine.