Text encoding error on publishing


#1

Hi,

When I save page the the following character: “Å” it shows up as an invalid symbol.

Before publish:

After publish:

I find it strange that only the “A with an overring” (Å) is encoded incorrectly. And only in capital form.
The page file is using UTF8 and the header of contains: <meta charset="utf-8">

Any ideas why this happens ?


#2

Hi,

we are looking into this problem. Should be fixed in next release


#3

Faced exactly the same problem. At first, when i’m save site in editor after small changes, some characters were replaced by ?. After this i can’t edit site. Changes just doesn’t store. Then /sitecake.php started to return the Fatal error: Call to a member function getAttribute () on null in /sitecake/2.4.7/src/Sitecake/DOM/Element.php on line 105. I think sitecake just broked up a charset of my document


#4

ver. 2.4.7

Similar problem.
After you hit the publish button and reloading the page of the letters changed to a rhombus with a question.
UTF-8 without BOM.

inserted.

What to do?


#5

I also faced the same problem.
In my case, Japanese kanji are garbled.
Help me.


#6

This is fixed in 2.4.8. It’s coming out soon. Currently in beta test phase.


#7

When should we expect this? Is there anyways I can get access to the beta, I have the white label license and I use the platform strictly for text only for the asia market and this has become quite an issue and has rendered the product useless since I bought it 3 months ago.


#8

Has this been fixed?
I get weird characters when I edit Greek text.
Thanks


#9

Hi, it should be fixed. What version are you using? Can you send example?