I have posted questions about character sets here before.. Here is yet another one.
I'm testing the function "window.onbeforeunload()" wich is supposed to warn the user if he/she is about to exit my page somehow. It works fine, but there is a problem.
When i enter åäö-characters in the returnvalue (the text that will be shown on the popup-box)
it doesn't interpret the characters correctly but instead show the classical black diamond with a questionmark inside.
I started using utf-8 trough the whole project since I thought that it was capable of handling all characters there are. I have this in the <head> on the php-page.
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