UTF-8

Over on HillaryClinton.com, Secretary Clinton reminds us all that it’s charset=utf-8 by demonstrating what happens when you use the bogus charset=utf8:

encoding

Of course, her site is not the first to make this mistake.

One thought on “UTF-8

  1. It’s been noted that the forthcoming Encodings spec from the WHATWG allows the form “UTF8”, and more importantly this appears pretty broadly in github projects, so we’ll probably see IE12/Spartan change to match Chrome & Firefox in accepting “UTF8” as a synonym for “UTF-8”. Ugh.

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