The procedure required to specify the encoding of a CSS file in XML metalanguage is not complex, but requires some rules to follow, depending in particular on the purpose for which an XML document and the data that it manages to execute.
In general, it is possible to say that the encoding of a CSS file is determined:
- From the value associated with the @charset element defined in the file itself;
- From the possible reference declaration system, in XHTML this may be, for example, the charset attribute for a given element;
- From the possible use of the HTTP charset argument in the Content-type of the file.
A simple encoding specification can be for example the following:
In the proposed case, Latin-1 iso-8859-1 encoding has been specified.
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