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From "Girish Havaldar" <havaldar.gir...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Foreign Language on web
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 15:32:09 GMT
On 03/10/2007, Peter Crowther <Peter.Crowther@melandra.com> wrote:
>
> > From: Girish Havaldar [mailto:havaldar.girish@gmail.com]
> > what are the things we need to provide user, so
> > that user will just select the language which he wants and
> > enters the text in that language.
>
> Do you need to know the language in which the user has entered the text?
> Or do you just need the text?


 No, this time,you are almost near,i need text, i need user to enter text in
French, Japanese, Hindi(Indian Language) etc.,.
By standardizing to UTF-8 and providing the respective Font,we 'll be able
to accomplish the things?
you mentioned about Keyboard setting, can you please brief me about keyboard
setting little more.

If you need to know the language, you probably need to provide a HTML
> select field with different options for the different languages, so that
> the user can tell you.
>
> Otherwise, you just need a HTML text input box on the page, and to be
> very careful with your character encodings all the way through the
> application and the HTML pages.  I'd suggest standardising on UTF-8 as
> your character encoding for all pages and all text.  The user's browser,
> keyboard etc. has the appropriate keyboard settings to allow them to
> enter text in their own language.
>
> Or have I misunderstood the question?
>
>                 - Peter
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Regards

Girish S.Havaldar

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