----- Original Message -----
From: Fady Elias <email@example.com>
> Will, what I'm trying to do is displaying more than one language on one
> page without converting the text to graphics.
The closest you will be able to get in this case is to use Unicode as the
character set and UTF-8 as the encoding.
This means that people using Unicode-enabled browsers with appropriate
settings will be able to view all of the languages (assuming there are no
font issues/that you use a Unicode font). Unfortunately, people using older,
non-Unicode-enabled browsers will not be able to display the text.
If you are using a web authoring tool, it should provide encoding options
which allow you to select UTF-8, or else you will need to change the header
manually as shown below.
(Where xxxxxx refers to the preferred encoding. In this case, UTF-8.)
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