@charset rule defines the character encoding in a stylesheet.
If used, it must be the first line in the stylesheet.
This rule specifies a UTF-8 character encoding.
This rule must be the first line in the stylesheet.
@charset cannot be used inside a style attribute.
It also cannot be used inside a <style> element.
This rule is helpful when non-ASCII characters are used in certain CSS properties, such as content.
||The character encoding, such as UTF-8 and iso-8859-15.|
This table shows when
@charset support started for each browser.