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HTML1121: Codepage unicode is not allowed, only codepage utf-8 is allowed
by scott.sizemore in Web Design

I see this error in Visual Studio 2012 as I'm trying to get my HTML5 app running inside a native Windows 8 app:


HTML1121: Codepage unicode is not allowed, only codepage utf-8 is allowed.


Clearly it's a character encoding issue, but I'm not familiar with the differences between unicode and UTF-8. Can anyone shed some light on this?


What Is an LPN Allowed to Do?
by Lafe in Careers & Job Searching
A licensed practical nurse is an entry-level nursing professional who strengthens the health care team by caring for basic patient needs. Because of her level of training, an LPN is limited in what she can do in providing for the needs of a patient. IdentificationLPNs attend trade school for one to two years and are licensed by the state in which they practice. The daily duties of an LPN includ
TAGS : What Allowed

Is ADD A,5 allowed?
by Pure Pandemonium in Web Design
ADD A, 5

Now A and 5 both are immediate. Is it allowed in Assembly Language?

TAGS : allowed

Is Three20 allowed?
by swinaz in Mobile Programming

Ive heard news that Apple is turning down Apps that use the three20 framework.My project uses it extensively.Does this mean im running into trouble.

TAGS : Three20 allowed

are characters # or & allowed in xml?
by dunlop in Programming Languages

i have values with special chars that encoded to ascii in my xml.
for example :


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<response>
<name>&#381;irm&#363;n&#371;</name>
</response>

but when i parse value name i get only & as value.
Is it allowed to use #


Am I allowed to use div:hover in my css?
by git in Web Design

Say my div class is called fred. Can I :


.fred:hover
{
text-decoration:underline;
}

(I don't want to use an a tag)
(I know it works in some browsers but the question is really is it legit code ?)

TAGS : allowed hover

FTP - Filename not allowed
by Simon Capewell in Programming Languages

I'm trying to upload a file to an FTP server using code based on this Microsoft Article


My code looks like this for testing purposes:


string ftpUrl = "ftp://" + ftpSite + ftpPath + "test.txt";
//string ftpUrl = ftpSite;
FtpWebRequest request = (FtpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(ftpUrl);
request.Credentials = new NetworkCredential(ftpUsername, ftpPassword)
TAGS : Filename allowed

$.get - Origin not allowed
by Tashi in Programming Languages

Today I've encountered a very strange error while trying to get the contents of a PHP file on my server with $.get.


It happens only in Safari and Chrome on Mac OS X (Snow Leopard), on Windows it does work in all browsers properly.


The function is like:


function _fc() {
$.get("_x_fc.php", { xaction: 'login', xv1: $('#login').attr("value
TAGS : Origin allowed

Memory CLR is allowed to use
by swassbac in Databases

We have been running into an issue where we get this error message when we try to alter a clr assembly in SQL Server:


Failed to initialize Common Language Runntime (CLR) due to memory pressure.
This is probably due to memory pressure in the MemToLeave Region of memory.
Error 6513

I found information about looking at how much memory the CLR is allowe

TAGS : Memory allowed

Characters allowed in a URL
by Mahi in Programming Languages

Does anyone know the full list of characters that can be used within a GET without being encoded? At the moment I am using A-Z a-z and 0-9... but I am looking to find out the full list.


I am also interested into if there is a specification released for the up coming addition of Chinese, Arabic url's (as obviously that will have a big impact on my question)


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