__/ [ tonnie ] on Wednesday 22 March 2006 08:37 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> __/ [ cordial_camaraderie ] on Wednesday 22 March 2006 08:17 \__
>>>Normally these characters are used in other languages i.e French,
>>>Does the use of these extended characters increases the site download
>>>Should we use this or not....
>>>Please suggest us !!
>> If you vary your default charset, then the browser may have to use
>> additional services, which could lead to lag. The lag seems to be
>> significantly long for non-Latin languages such as Chinese or Arabic. For
>> Latin languages, the lag is not significant. Although it's a a no-no from
>> the point-of-view of Web standards, you could use Western (standard
>> English) charset and embed "é" or "ê" as images. Some Web sites handle the
>> yet-loosely-supported Euro symbol in this manner.
> And what is wrong with using UTF-8, or iso-8859-15 and refer to the
> characters as é and ê?
Oh, you're right. I can actually see them at the bottom of my 'pocket
Some symbols remain excluded, but here's some fancy stuff you can achieve
with what's at hand: *smile*
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