I'm developing a site that uses some php includes, but with no mysql and I am missing something.
The pages in question are in French and English and there will be more languages later so I've set it to UTF-8.
Using .php, When I put in characters such as é etc. in the html, they show as little question marks despite the fact that I'm sending a UTF-8 content-type header and have set the relevant metatag to UTF-8.
However, if I copy the source of the page and paste it into a non-php XHTML document, then revert the question marks back to é in the source with é, è etc. that page shows the characters fine.
My conclusion is that the problem lies with PHP character encoding. Can anybody tell me what I need to add to fix it, both by php.ini and PHP command in the file?