Here's a quick report of
Unicode (UTF-8); Good!
- Markup: Valid
XHTML 1.0 Transitional; Good!
- Font Family:
I see no problems with the page, and based on the above details, I assume your browser is using a
serif font that does not support some
UTF-8 characters, especially the left and right arrow.
Since you are using Firefox, you can change this by going to:
- Options > Content > Fonts & Colors > Advanced
and changing the the settings like so:
- Fonts for:
<a serif font with Unicode support>
- Character Encoding > Default:
If you are not sure of which Unicode font to use, I recommend DejaVu Serif.
Note: My comment above is computed from the following list of fonts:
Arial, Liberation Sans, DejaVu Sans, sans-serif
This is different than just
serif. A browser will look for each font in the list until it finds one installed on your system. Your browser is being instructed to use different fonts in each case, which explains why you may be able to see the arrow characters here but not on the other page.