Architecture / Installation

Architecture / Installation

Re: how to get 8859-2 char coding

posts: 2881 United Kingdom

There are a couple of things for you to check here.

Firstly php.ini has a charset value, and so does the apache.

I had to change my server setups to UTF-8 recently and I managed that through the php.ini file.

Hope it helps


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