I am trying to create a webtolead form. now, my page is using encoding windows-1255 and SplendidCRM using UTF-8.
so, what I do is set the meta tag encoding to windows-1255 and set the form's accept-charset to utf-8.
it works fine accept for some IE8 browsers.
after testing a while I know: IE5-IE8 do not always honor accept-charset set by Form
Now, there is a hack for this:
Entering this line of code to the form can fix this:
<input type="hidden" name="pname" value="pvalue" >
The problem is that this hidden field will cause security error message when trying to subit the form using the web to lead .aspx page.
So, now....I have no Idea how to fix this annoying issue.
Please help me with that.
Why not use UTF-8? Why are you specifically using windows-1255? If you save the file normally and it does not have any strange characters, then it should be treated as UTF-8.
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