I have just joined the trail for PAYH and uploaded a website to the PAYH server. When I view the website in Firefox, it displays using Western (ISO-8859-1) encoding which makes all apostrophe characters appear as â€™. If I manually change the character encoding to Unicode (UTF-8) then everything displays correctly. The (usually invisible) BOM character at the start of the file also displays as â€™ and so pushes all the formatting out a little bit. I have tried saving the file without the BOM character (using Notepad++) and this fixes the formatting problem but apostrophes are still displayed as â€™. This only happens on the home page of the website, other pages display apostrophes correctly although they are still using Western (ISO-8859-1) encoding . This only happens in Firefox, Internet explorer displays the page correctly using Unicode (UTF-8). The same website uploaded to PlusNet's ordinary webspace (not CGI or FrontPage) does not have this problem. Firefox correctly uses Unicode (UTF-8) formatting on all the pages and all characters display as expected. The html files contain the following code to instruct the browser which character encoding to use: <head> <meta content="en-us" http-equiv="Content-Language" /> <meta content="text/html; charset=utf-8" http-equiv="Content-Type" /> Any ideas what's going wrong? Thanks, Matt.