En réponse à Dieter Mitrik <[log in to unmask]>: > !hola! > > to use unicode in your html pages you'll only need to add a single line > in the head section of the document: > > [meta http-equiv="CONTENT-TYPE" content="text/html; CHARSET=UTF-8"> > > i've made two small demos > * http://cethanngir.de.vu/unicode.html > this demo lets you enter a range in unicode and then prints out a table > of the respective characters as they will be displayed in your > browser; > > as you can see, unicode reserves a range called "combined diacritical > marks" with which you can then easily manufacture the glyphs you > require, i.e. vowel+acute+ogonek > > please note that the used font is "Lucida Sans Unicode" which should be > available to most platforms (IIRC, it is shipped with the JavaRuntime > additionally); > > * http://cethanngir.de.vu/convert.html > this demo converts a pasted-in text into the htmlized (&#nnnn;) > equivalent which could afterwards be copied into your html source > documents; > > > mfgdam > > > ________________________________________________________________ > Lotto online tippen! Egal zu welcher Zeit, egal von welchem Ort. > Mit dem WEB.DE Lottoservice. http://tippen2.web.de/?x=13 > There is only one problem: not everybody has Unicode fonts and not everybody can have Unicode fonts (many people are still stuck with fonts of only 255 characters). Unicode is still not a standard on all computers. And it even seems that Unicode doesn't show properly on computers that have Unicode (the computer I'm using has Unicode fonts, and still there are webpages that show up with little boxes where there should be characters. I'm gonna try your sites and tell you if it works on my computer).. Christophe. http://rainbow.conlang.free.fr Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else play the leading role.