How to troubleshoot scrambled characters in the el-input box?

If the el-input box displays garbled characters, it may be due to incorrect encoding settings. Here are some possible solutions:

  1. To ensure that the encoding of the page is set correctly, you can add the following code to the header of the page:
<meta charset="UTF-8">
  1. Verify that the data displayed in the input box is using the correct encoding, such as ensuring that the data retrieved from the backend is in UTF-8 encoding.
  2. Check if the font used supports displaying the characters in the input box. You can try adjusting the font settings of the input box or switch to a universal font to solve the issue.
  3. Make sure that if you are using third-party libraries or components, their versions are up to date as any coding bugs that may exist have likely been fixed.
  4. Check and make sure that the default encoding of the browser is set to UTF-8.

If the above methods do not solve the issue, you can further provide detailed information, such as the specific scenarios of garbled characters, related code, etc., in order to more accurately help resolve the problem.

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