Torsten Landsiedel: Special Characters and Where to Find Them

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August 28, 2019

There are 23 official languages within the European Union and many, if not all, of them have special characters. In German, for example, there are Umlauts (“üöä”) and the “ß”; and in other languages, there are more. Many characters exist in a pre-composed version and as a combination of two characters. Using the two-character version can lead to a broken search, broken spell check, broken transliteration for the slug, and broken images if this happens in a filename in combination with some server configuration and browsers.

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WordCamp Europe 2019 25

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Torsten Landsiedel 15

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