Josef 'Jupp' Schugt wrote in post #996590:
> On Wed, 04 May 2011 13:05:26 +0200, comopasta Gr <granadojose / yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>
>> onclick="remove('Tom%27s+card')"
>> onclick="remove('Validaci%C3%B3n')"
> :
>> BUT now the other one is converted to Validaci³n
>> Note the ³
>
> There is two parts to this. Firstly you are using Percent-encoding (akaRL encoding) which maps spaces to plus signs and characters to %XY
> tokens
> wiht X and Y being a hexadecimal digit. This works as intended. Secondly
> you are encoding the characters according to utf-8 which maps "'" to %27
> and "ó" to %C3%B3. However, for displaying ISO-8859-15, Windows-1252
> (aka
> CP 1252) is used which interprets %C3 as  and %B3 as .
>
> Try either switching to utf-8 or - if this is not possible - using %F3
> as
> the proper encoding of "" for the given character set.
>
> Jupp

Hi, thanks for the tip. As replied earlier I managed to solve the issue ith gsub. I just wanted to comment that utf-8 should be in use already. t least based on the meta info generated:

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">Thanks again.