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HTML Document - Multiple Charsets - Help appreciated.

From: James London <James@virtual-aviation.fsnet.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 23:36:01 -0700
Message-ID: <002201c30899$7161a8f0$0801a8c0@undecided>
To: <www-html-editor@w3.org>
Hi there,

How can I display an HTML Page with text in more than a single CharSet??

I am aware that setting the character set for the entire page can be done using
the META Tags, is there a way to do this at Tag level?? - i.e. apply a different
Charset to an area of Text?

Imagine a page divided into two paragraphs of text, at the top would be one
paragraph of text using Japanese "x-sjis" and another just underneath in
Character set "iso-8859-9"??.

I have found references to the charset attribute in the DIV and SPAN tags
in various HTML reference manuals, however they do not display correctly.

For example: -

<!-- Japanese -->
<DIV CHARSET="x-sjis">
*SJ'[Í kfAf<Eftf@[fefBfnl
</DIV>

<!-- Turkish -->
<DIV CHARSET="x-sjis">
İşte sana o Kitap! Kuşku,çelişme,tutarsızlık yok onda.Bir kılavuzdur o,korunup 
sakınanlar için.
</DIV>

I have also seen CHARSET referred to as LANG. There was another message
posted regarding the difference between the two but there was no Reply.


I would be extremely grateful for some help. - Thanks for your time.


Best Regards,
James
Received on Monday, 21 April 2003 06:37:13 GMT

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