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Most fonts support most human languages. The problem with that page is that the text is encoded using UTF-8 but the page claims it is encoded using windows-1252. Browsers are therefore following the wrong rules to work out what characters the 1s and 0s that make up the underlying HTML source mean. When I override the encoding in my browser preferences ...


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The W3C mobile validator reports errrors, cautions and informational based results. It's extremely likely and common for websites to have cautions. When W3C reports a caution it does not mean your site is broken. Break down of result types: Critical Error(s): X Severe Error(s): - Medium Error(s): ... Low Error(s): . Caution(s): ! Informational: ? ...



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