Example Websites Using Unicode
As of August 25, 2011, this page is no longer being maintained.
A large and growing part of the web is all Unicode based -- see
the official Google Blog. The following sites are particularly useful as examples:
- EarthWords Multilingual web pages developed using some 20 different Unicode ranges including Greek, Cyrillic,
Hebrew, Arabic, Devanagari, Bengali, Gurmukhi, Gujarati, Tamil, Thai, Lao, Georgian, Ethiopic and
Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics.
- Joel on Software Translations
- MSN Messenger A perfect example how well Unicode can work in a multilingual environment
- Open Directory Project Open content Web directory, implemented wholly in Unicode/UTF8,
of web sites in more than 80 languages.
- Reuters Group Provider of news and financial information which makes extensive
use of Unicode on its international websites (like Japanese,
- Unicode Project in
German Wikipedia A presentation of the Unicode blocks and a translation of the Unicode descriptions in German
- UTF-8 Sampler The Kermit Project, Columbia University
- What is Unicode?
- Wikipedia A multilingual project to create a complete and accurate free content encyclopedia making extensive use of Unicode
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