Browser: I am using macOS Sonoma 14.0 and I see the same issue in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox. It also occurs on iPadOS 17.1. I presume it happens on all browsers on all platforms.
Screenshots of what you are seeing:
Description of problem:
Step 1: Create a browser window with 2 or more tabs (just so the webpage’s title will be displayed somewhere; some browsers will display the title even if there’s only 1 “tab” in the window, but others won’t).
Step 2: Visit the Observation of the Day for 10/24/23 (via the link in this bug report or any other way).
Step 3: Look at the page title, typically displayed at the top of the tab (but elsewhere in some browsers)
The topic title contains double-quote characters (‘"’). But these are appearing in the browser UI as written-out HTML entities (‘"’). Somewhere there is code that is improperly encoding special characters in the HTML page titles that appear in the “head” element of the page.
I presume this issue would also affect any other Observation of the Week that includes HTML-encoded characters, or any other page that uses the same webpage-creation framework that the Observation of the Week uses.