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why “ff” displays strange using unicode encoding vs. iso-8859-1 in HTML output from tex4ht?

I understand that one should (?) be using UNICODE for html. But using this with tex4ht, always makes "ff" look strange. Why does this happen for "ff"? and based on this test below, should one instead ...
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Using ligatures as Unicode

I use TeX Live. See my example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} \usepackage[english]{babel} \begin{document} Check ligatures: first % here I have ligature for "fi" \end{document} ...
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Plain text for cut and pasting, ligatures for viewing (or, disabling ligatures)

One reason I switched to Xelatex was that I was interested in being able to create fully unicode documents (I'm a linguist, and often have linguistic symbols as well as Arabic text in my documents) ...