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Hello,

I have been developing a cms system using php and for some reason it has suddenly started printing a ƒ character at the top of the page. There are no errors returned, and the page has all expected functionality but it is pushing my layout down, skewing the design.

Has anyone seen this before and have any idea how to go about debugging?

Thanks.

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Grep all your source code and a database dump of your development database for the ƒ character. Make sure that the browser recognizes the correct character set (encoding).

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Grep all your source code and a database dump of your development database for the ƒ character. Make sure that the browser recognizes the correct character set (encoding).

It turned out to be at the top of one of my include files. No idea where it came from though, there is nothing like on my keyboard!

Meh.

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