Msg#: 4471599 posted 4:54 am on Jul 2, 2012 (gmt 0)
The second version has two language declarations, "en" and "en-gb", in two different places.
Crystal ball is in the shop, so can you be a little more specific about what "isn't rendering correctly" means? Blank space, printed as-is, wrong kind of apostrophe, something else that I haven't thought of?
Msg#: 4471599 posted 12:11 am on Jul 3, 2012 (gmt 0)
That has got to be an encoding problem. The leading â is something you see very often when a unicode character from the E2 range (three bytes) is reinterpreted as Latin1 (three characters, beginning with E2 which is â).
If your plain apostrophe is getting re-cast as a curly apostrophe, that's E28098 or E28099. Now, the 8x and 9x series aren't used in Latin-1, but they are permitted in Windows-Latin-1. And in Windows-Latin-1, 80 is
:: drumroll ::
I'd be happier if it were followed by ˜or ™ (tilde or "trademark" sign) which are 98 and 99 in Windows-Latin-1, but, oh well.