Just wondering if anybody knows why this icon appears instead of £
Usually it means that what ever font is being used doesn't support that character.
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The thing is it doesn't matter what font I use it still comes up as this
Maybe character encoding problem?
Slow as hell.
Most likely a mismatch between the encoding of the source file and the encoding given in the Content-type header sent by your web server. The easiest way to get around it is to use £ instead of embedding the symbol in your source code.