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How to Use Other Languages on a Web Page

Updated on November 1, 2010

Have you ever wondered how people put foreign languages on web sites or in e-mails? Special HTML codes are used for each foreign letter. This can be difficult to do if you have to look up each code for each foreign letter. But that is why I want to share a web site with you that is an invaluable tool for anyone who needs to do this task.

The Web Site:

Once you select what language you want, all you have to do is click on the foreign letters that you need and the HTML code is automatically placed in the text area. Once you are done forming your word(s) you can then copy and paste the code into your HTML page.

The site currently supports Arabic, Japanese, Greek, Georgian, Armenian, Hebrew, Korean, Indian, Chinese, Russian, Tamil, and Thai.


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      donkeyz1 7 years ago

      Thank you!