This page sets the urf-8 charset declaration in both the HTTP and HTML Content-Type.
Hyperlinks are tested for how they're displayed in the status bar, and how they're generated on the wire.
Although the page encoding is utf-8, the hyperlinks contain a byte sequence that would be legal iso-8859-1 < FC > The purpose is to test if browsers will do some sort of enoding test on the hyperlink before presenting it for display.
Test 1: UTF-8l in the path, iso-8859-1-ness in the query string valuehttp://www.example.com/ï¼¡/?Dürst
Test 2: Raw bytes 0xFC in the pathhttp://www.example.com/Dürst/
Test 3: iso-8859-1-ness encoded path, UTF in the query string valuehttp://www.example.com/Dürst/?ï¼¡