Adding value to the world's search engines and to your webspace
- for you and for your readers
We're working on compiling information on international fonts and language resources here, and we welcome further information and pointers to information.
Standing on the shoulders of search enginesHere we can help you obtain and install:
Once you have the fonts installed, using them is just a question of setting the right document encoding. You'll find this as a Document Encoding submenu under the Options menu in Netscape 2.x and 3.x.
We also recommend looking at:
Global focus for greater utilitySpacesearch supports internationalization. We're ISO-639 language-code aware! Compare ISO-639 with other language codes. (Here's unicode - the bloated future of languagespace. As opposed to ISO-8859, the present.)
Lloyd Wood (L.Wood@society.surrey.ac.uk)