I’m having a slight problem with the way snippets encode, in my example the HyperFlexSearchForm. I’m afraid the same problem goes for the rest of the snippets too, but this has not been tested.
My current site runs fine with UTF-8 encoding, which is set in the HTTP header, in the MODx configuration (logically enough), and I also submitted this at the database page during my MODx installation.
HyperFlexSearchForm calls a PHP script in the assets-folder, which contains a few text variables like search button text and standard form field text. When I use the Norwegian Æ Ø Å’s, these gets changed to totally different characters instead, as if they weren’t UTF-8 at all. Feel free to take a look at my development page and try to use the search field in the top menu. The form field text should have been "Søkeord...", and there’s also a few errors in my XHTML code.
Is this a MODx snippet parsing error, or should I address it directly to the HyperFlexSearchForm forum? Most importantly, are there any fixes for this error?
Development page: http://www.musikerportalen.org/_dev