The RSS modules inserts just fine in my articles but whenever there are quotation marks ("") or apostrophe(') they show up as weird character (degrees signs, Â, , etc.) I only use Times New Roman, but could it be the font? Thanks in advance!
There are some characters that the RSS feed won't replicate. I don't believe there is much you can do; you will find those strange replacement characters throughout the site.
It affects Summaries too. I try to avoid those symbols there. But we can't control the RSS
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