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Enabling UTF-8 Unicode language encoding in your page header.
UTF-8 allows for support of various languages, including Asian languages and their character depth. It is a widely supported and flexible character encoding, used for many European languages and can also represent Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
It's fairly simple to enable UTF-8 on your wiki pages. Currently PmWiki 2.0 versions have the UTF-8 file needed already loaded.
Here are the steps to enable UTF-8
'sed', 'recode', and 'convmv' can help to convert existing page files, e.g.
sed -i s/^charset=ISO-8859-1/charset=UTF-8/ recode ISO-8859-1..UTF-8 convmv --help
If you validate your site you should see that UTF-8 is default encoding.
NOTE: The encoding type used when
See also Cookbook:UTF-8 for tips.