Re: Web pages have ? marks not commas
Actually, I often see this in an email letter I receive weekly, as well.
G. R. Woodring wrote:
> Mismatched character encoding. Either the sites are using a
> character set which is not supported by your chosen font or the
> content in the body of the page is inconsistent with the charset
> specified in the head. Without knowing what sites you are seeing
> this on it would be hard to determine what settings (or changes to
> the site) might be needed.
> Date: 11/7/2009 12:41 PM, Author: ~*Laughingstar 2009*~ Wrote:
>> With IE 7, I have just realized that there are often ? marks on web
>> content pages, instead of commas. Does this relate to my browser, or
>> is it my imagination. I use a screen reader, and they are there
>> without the programs, as well.
>> Thank you.