Foreign Character problem in CSS
Whenever I copy & paste a foreign word containing a foreign character it always shows this character in lower case.
Like this: PLüSCH or HäBS
It even shows like this in Dreamweaver.
The code below is supposed to make all characters uppercase.
The code I have for this is:
font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
font-weight: bold; color: #B4325E;
Could anyone please tell me how to set the style to make these characters uppercase also, like this:
PLÜSCH or HÄBS
All help much appreciated
Use this site to replace each character with its proper entity. For example, if you want to display the ü symbol in uppercase, in your HTML you would put: Û like this:
If there is no easier way then I'll have to put up with what I've got.
This seems to be a problem of either your code editor or the program/file from which you copy this. Can you show us the original text file?
And if you need to use HTML entities you can do a mass search/replace with most editors. Just search for “ü” and replace it at once with “
Just found that it's just in Dreamweaver CS4 and older browsers that show it this way.
From IE9 and Firefox 10 also in Chrome it looks fine.
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