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The problem is probably that your XSLT stylesheet is writing out UTF-8 while
browser is reading in those bytes as ISO8859-1.
If your web application only has to cope with ISO8859-1, then the simplest
is to specify that your XSLT processor generates 8859-1 rather than UTF-8,
If you want to cope with more characters using UTF-8, look at the following
* make sure that the HTML code you generate has a meta tag which labels
charset (the encoding) you are using (HTML defaults to 8859-1)
script will be in the <script> opening tag:
This gives you a chance to adust in case the script was created (perhaps by
xslt) with a different encoding from the main page or the browser default.