Hi Dears. I use internationalization in my test app. But special characters such as "ə, ü, ş, ç, ö, ğ" and so on can't be displayed. Does formspider support UTF-8? How to solve this issue. Thanks in advance.

asked 22 Apr '16, 03:55

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Hi Javid,

Formspider supports UTF-8. However, this is not enough. Your database locale and language settings should allow storing these characters and your client ( web browser ) encoding should be set to UTF-8 too.

Kind Regards Serdar

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answered 10 May '16, 08:04

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