From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 24 2005 - 23:52:52 CST
YAO Jiankang <ietf at cdnc dot org> wrote:
>>> When an HTML document is encoded in UTF-8, we can specify only
>>> by lang=zh-CN or lang=zh-TW
>>> whether a program should display it in Simplified or
>>> Traditional Chinese typeface. Mozilla-based browsers do this.
>>> A better, more logical way is by
>>> lang=zh-Hans or lang=zh-Hant
>>> I'm not sure whether the latest Mozilla browsers already
>>> support this.
>> They support both ways.
> It is better that IANA can register some language code such as "Han"
> which include both "zh-Hans" and "zh-Hant" characters for benefits
> of chinese users.
"zh" by itself means "Chinese, script and region unspecified," which
appears to be what you want.
-- Doug Ewell Fullerton, California, USA http://users.adelphia.net/~dewell/
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