[Mailman-Users] ISO-8859-1/Latin1 vs UTF-8
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Mon Oct 24 16:19:11 CEST 2005
At 1:04 PM +0200 2005-10-24, Bernd Petrovitsch wrote:
> The other solution is to use ö and brothers and blame the ML admin
> if he doesn't do so (and put in somwhere into the docs or so).
> There is BTW a similar problem: If I enter " (quotes) in the web
> interface, they are converted to " (probably by the browser - I
> didn't check) and then sent out in a plain/text email.
These two are actually a result of the same thing -- the Mailman
code scrubs input text from the web interface, to try to prevent
cross-site scripting attacks. If you want this stuff to show up
correctly, you will need to edit the template files directly as
opposed to using the web interface.
If you go back and use the web interface to edit that text again,
it will get re-scrubbed, so once you go the template route, you need
to stick with editing those files directly.
Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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