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What is DJ?
* Disc jockey (also called disk jockey, DJ, or deejay) is an individual who selects and plays prerecorded music for an intended audience. The term was first used to describe radio announcers who would introduce and play popular gramophone records, but today there are a number of factors, including the selected music, the intended audience, the performance setting, the preferred medium, and the development of sound manipulation, that have led to different types of deejays. (via Wikipedia.org)
Since I have installed the new version of Mozilla Firefox (v3.0) few weeks ago, I've seen several web pages that show 'FFFD thing' (or FF-FD) instead of letters and numbers.
Searching for a solution for this problem in my Internet browser, I've found it at one Firefox related help forum.
So, I'll present you the solution in this post, in hope that it will help to somebody that have the same problem with Mozilla Firefox v.3 .
How To Fix The 'FFFD' Thing That Appears At Web Pages Seen Through Mozilla Firefox 3.0?
The solution is simple.
Just follow this path in your Firefox and click at 'Universal' (activate it, because probably the 'Auto-detection' was turned off):
View >> Character Encoding >> Auto-detect >> Universal