Our web site makes extensive use of these characters. In OE Pro`s internal browser they seem to display fine, but when I export a copy of the site and view in IE or Firefox, the characters appears as a€™ (for the apostrophe), or a€“ (for the n-dash).
I have tried using hyphen`s or straight quotes, which translate OK, but is typographically not correct.
I thought it might be because we were using the common character codes (in the range  to Ÿ) which are invalid characters in HTML - so I started using the supported ones such as:
‘ - opening single quote
’ - closing single quote
“ - opening double quote
— - em dash
– en dash
However, these still do not translate after exporting - but they appear fine within OE Pro`s browser.
Any help would be appreciated.
This is a known issue of MS IE which cannot automatically detect the correct page encoding when it loads the page from disk. You can either right-click the page in the browser and choose Encoding > Unicode (UTF-8) or try to export the site with the newer version of Offline Explorer:
It should add the correct UTF-8 encoding line to the exported HTML pages.
Thanks very much. I have tried both suggestions and it`s taken care of the problem.