johnsaunders — 2006-12-03T18:21:49-05:00 — #1
How can I show just the £ like you can just by entering the $? I am using ISO-8859-1 for my character set.
rob_d — 2006-12-03T19:54:09-05:00 — #2
Have a look at this thread
mrhoo — 2006-12-04T14:19:11-05:00 — #3
bhutz — 2006-12-06T11:44:46-05:00 — #4
What should I do if I have made an AJAX request and return some XML, like
I can output the string in Firefox just fine but trying to do the same in IE simply shows !" instead of !"£$%^...so obviously the pound sign is causing a problem...I am not too sure about how I can fix my problem I am having with IE. Does anyone have any idea on this one please?
jimfraser — 2006-12-06T12:59:42-05:00 — #5
Can you alert the value successfully?
If not, it might be misreading the xml value.
bhutz — 2006-12-07T03:56:36-05:00 — #6
No unfortunately not...in the database the value is '£'
Then I use the PHP function htmlentities which converts this to £ so it transferred as well formed XML which meant I also had to add an entity reference in my XML to display £ as £.
I have found a work around but I really don't think it's the best idea
In my PHP service I replace '£' with '\u00A3' and display XML