This is documentation about a configuration directive, which can be placed within Movable Type’s core configuration file,
mt-config.cgi, to customize the behavior of the system.
Some characters have special meaning in HTML, such as <, > and &. Movable Type can automatically encode these characters to appropriate character entities, like & for the ampersand.
HTML::Entities Perl module can handle this encoding, but you may wish to not use it if you are using a language that uses a different character encoding such as Polish or Russian.
By default, MT does not use the
HTML::Entities Perl module. If you want to use it, such as if you are only dealing with standard English ASCII characters in your content, you can set the value of
1 (Do not use
# Use HTML::Entities for encoding NoHTMLEntities 0