The acceptCharset property sets or returns the value of the accept-charset attribute in a form element.
The accept-charset attribute specifies the character-sets the server can handle for form-data.
The acceptCharset property can have the following value:
|character-set||One or more character-sets that the server can handle. To specify more than one character set, separate the sets with a comma.
In theory, any character encoding can be used, but no browser understands all of them. The more widely a character encoding is used, the better the chance that a browser will understand it.
To view all available character encodings, go to our Character sets reference.
The acceptCharset property is supported in all major browsers.
Note: The accept-charset attribute does not work properly in Internet Explorer. If accept-charset="ISO-8859-1", IE will send data encoded as "Windows-1252".
Return the value of the accept-charset attribute in a form:
The output of the script above will be:
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