Problem with posts on Cyrillic

  • Tomy1734

    #2513

    My posts on cyrillic appear wrong something as special symbols. This problem is only for posts content, not for pages content.

    Please also advise me how to achieve a same appearance on the site for Mozilla and IE?

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    Syahir Hakim

    #20580

    Topic moved to Support. Please post in the correct section next time.

    Anonymous

    #20582

    Please also advise me how to achieve a same appearance on the site for Mozilla and IE?

    I’ve been doing CSS for many years now… and I still struggle for an easy explanation for this. Programming would advance at five times the current rate if we didn’t have to take into account IE.

    What’s the page URL where your posts are wrong?

    Tomy1734

    #20583

    nunacet.eu

    Tomy1734

    #20584

    oops, sorry – http://nuancet.eu/

    Anonymous

    #20585

    What is the content?? It looks like a bunch of links which go nowhere.

    Tomy1734

    #20586

    The content is mainly information for different products. In fact only colors defined in my child style.css appears not correctly in IE and all defined as “gradient” colors appears not the same in IE? For example In IE header background color is only black?

    #header-menu {

    -moz-border-radius:4px;

    -webkit-border-radius:4px;

    border-radius:4px;

    background-image: -moz-linear-gradient(center top, #000,#2d86b9);

    background: -webkit-gradient(linear, 0 0, 0 bottom, from(#000),to(#2d86b9));

    background: linear-gradient(#000,#2d86b9);

    -pie-background: linear-gradient(#000,#2d86b9);

    border: 1px solid #010101;

    text-shadow: 0px -1px 0px #ccc;

    }

    Tomy1734

    #20587

    The other problem with cyrillic text is more strange. In the beginning all was normal, but now all content in cyrillic and ONLY in the posts are incorrect and special symbols as ,”, in english text appears as code….?

    Anonymous

    #20588

    You would have to add something like this to display gradient in IE:

    filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorstr='#cccccc', endColorstr='#000000');

    IE doesn’t read the -moz or -webkit properties.

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