This project is made with the idea of making Europeans, that use the Latin alphabet, to be truly presentable, (how many times have you seen that black rotated square with a [?] in the middle). People living outside of Europe, still, today, have this problem.
This text is supposed to read "un fin de año 2008", but since the character set, was set to English only. . .
If you wish to be seen exclusively by the Europeans, then please continue with your present character set, but, if you are seriously interested in doing business with the outside world, then you should change your character set.
How can I find out which character set I am using?
Most, if not all browsers allow you to look at the source, look for something like: [View] [Page source], at the top of your screen. This particular site has very tidy source, so you may investigate with out getting dizzy.
Look for something like this:
META HTTP-EQUIV=[Content-Type] CONTENT = [text/html; charset=utf-8]
If you can not find it, then you are using a character set fit for your own country.
Who is at fault, if you do not have the correct character set?
1. The webmaster, for not informing you 2. Yours for not asking
Is it resolvable?
Yes, but, believe me when I say, that it is not easy, it is not something that is done over night, but, once done, it is done. After that you can relax, and know that everybody can see you.
OneManOneWorld has various built-in character sets, depending on what part of Europe you come from, you may use your own characters set or the world standard character set, utf-8 (recommended).
None European Countries
The OneManOneWorld project is made with you in mind, people living outside of Europe. So you can read all our presented content as it should be read.
The project _can_ hold other alphabets, but, we do not guarantee it. To date, users can offer these 5 alphabets with reasonable success.