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(I would have written this as a comment but I still don't have the ability to) After trying it out on various edit modes, the output is always the same méltán in the source code though it renders as proper letters in the browser. Search engines treat é, ė, ę as e, same for á, ą as a and etc. So probably they're smart enough to change ...


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Tumblr does use UTF-8. Here is a Chinese blog on Tumblr. They need UTF-8 to display the Chinese characters. I've use page info to verify that the character set of the blog's home page is indeed UTF-8.



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