Originally Posted by roger64
What means BOM?
BOM = byte order mark.
At least the Windows GNU sed port requires that both the .html files and the sed script be utf8 files without byte order marks. AFAIK, .html files created by Sigil are automatically saved without BOMs. I.e. you only have to make sure that the sed script doesn't have one either.
Originally Posted by DiapDealer
Sorry, I was only thinking in terms of the F&R regex feature of Sigil.
Every now and then you may want to widen your horizon.
But you are of course right, Sigil doesn't do sed.
That's when even rudimentary sed or Perl skills come in handy.