N/APosted on - 11/11/2011
Ironically, we cannot get the question mark symbol to be recorded and stored in most web search sites apart from one. Does it have anything to do with our use of a frameset document layout or is it something else? We are quite puzzled on why this is happening, but if there is something wrong, should it not be recorded in all search sites? Can you please help by explaining why this symbol is not being recorded?
Why question mark symbols are not installed in most web search site?
It seems this site view question mark as a special symbol, or you can just treat it as a special symbol when you want it stored on this site. Try entering it as a special text you and can do this in several different ways. Using a special character link to enter Unicodes could be helpful. This can be located above the edit window and just below the buttons at the bottom of the edit window. Position the cursor inside the edit window where you want to insert the special character before clicking on the link.
The other option is entering a Unicode by use of an ALT code. You can also enter the code direct from a foreign keyboard or by copy paste from applications such as character Map. Another suggestion could be used an HTML named character, this use ASCII characters and lastly the use of an HTML numeric character referencing. All these are suggestions of what you can use to store your question mark on the websites that reject it.