Localization :: Page Can't Display Chinese Characters?

Feb 13, 2011

I spent a couple days to try to find the solutions online. I am developing a web site which needs to display some Chinese characters. In the MasterPage, I put

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> in the <Head>.

In the MasterPage there are are navigation menus which are Chinese character. I have a web page Default.aspx which uses the MasterPage. In Default.aspx I have some <asp:Label>s which are Chinese characters. On the local computer, I can see all of the Chinese characters. But the problem is: after I ftp all of the files to my web server (DiscountAsp.Net), I only can see the Chinese characters in the MasterPage, I can not see the Chinese characters which belongs to the Default.aspx. Instead of Chinese characters, it displayed weird letters.

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