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ASP.NET Encoding Tip from Scott Hanselman

Tip from Scott Hanselman

If your life sucks so badly that you have to support Netscape 4.x, you might want to remember that Netscape 4 never handled Unicode/UTF-8 very well.  Since UTF-8 is ASP.NET's default Response Encoding, you'll often see the Evil Black Squares  "" ©2003 displayed instead of your text.  

Easily fixed though, change the following line in the Web.config file from


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