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Christoph M. Becker [Using ANSI encoded Templates and Plugins]
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 Reusing ANSI encoded Templates in UTF-8 encoded CMSimple_XH shouldn'​t be a problem. Just change the encoding of template.htm and stylesheet.css (and maybe other files in the template folder) to UTF-8 without BOM. Reusing ANSI encoded Templates in UTF-8 encoded CMSimple_XH shouldn'​t be a problem. Just change the encoding of template.htm and stylesheet.css (and maybe other files in the template folder) to UTF-8 without BOM.
  
-Reusing ANSI encoded Plugins might work, if you convert the files (particularly the language and data files) to UTF-8 without BOM. But there might be other problems that can't be solved that easy, so it's probably best to contact the plugin'​s author and ask for an UTF-8 conforming version or to use an alternative plugin that's already UTF-8 conforming. If that's not possible you have to try for yourself, if converting the files to UTF-8 without BOM suffices. +Reusing ANSI encoded Plugins might work, if you convert the files (particularly the language and data files) to UTF-8 without BOM. But there might be other problems that can't be solved that easy, so it's probably best to contact the plugin'​s author and ask for an UTF-8 conforming version or to use an [[update_upgrade#​plugins|alternative plugin]] that's already UTF-8 conforming. If that's not possible you have to try for yourself, if converting the files to UTF-8 without BOM suffices.
 
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