Re: Non-breaking hyphens and web browsers

Date: Mon Nov 08 1999 - 13:41:17 EST

I was referring to the Unicode Standard.
To support Unicode in HTML, set the charset to UTF-8 (there are other messages o
DL talking about that).
The fonts for Unicode are different on different platforms, and vary in the numb
characters they support. On Windows, Arial Unicode MS is good.


Ben Yenko-Martinka wrote:

> Thank you Mark. There is no book accompanying Homesite, if that is what you
> referring to.
> It is merely an HTML tables of codes, and, I'm told, is incorrect.
> Is there a way to support Unicodes in HTML output, and how does one determine
> that will support them?
> How are META tags used in this regard?
> Thanks,
> Ben
> "Mark E. Davis" wrote:
> > You can search for Hyphens in the Unicode Character Database.
> >
> > I'm surprised you were not able to find this out from the book; was the
> > information not clear enough?
> >
> > Mark

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