[b-hebrew] Embedding Hebrew in HTML
jc.bhebrew at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 27 15:16:00 EDT 2010
I don't think this has already been mentioned. Of course, the most important
thing is to set the character set of the HTML document. See:
need the following line in the header of the document (HEAD) for a non-xhtml
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
or if you are using xhtml then before the header you want:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
*let us know if you got it working.*
On 27 July 2010 20:49, James Christian <jc.bhebrew at googlemail.com> wrote:
> I use the all powerful Vim. It's a bit low level for your average user but
> if you're willing to put the time in to learning how to use it it's a very
> powerful and lightweight text editor. As for typing Hebrew, why not just
> copy and paste?
> James Christian
> On 27 July 2010 19:19, K Randolph <kwrandolph at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 9:51 PM, Richard <aaa at endlyss.com> wrote:
>> > How do you do this with Linux? I would love to know. Do you use a
>> > particular editor? That would be a great capability to have.
>> > Richard Conaway
>> > I don’t know that much about Linux, so I use Ubuntu. From what I hear,
>> that’s about the easiest to use.
>> The editor I use is gedit, which means that I need to know the codes I
>> To get the special characters that I need, I have the keyboard set up to
>> mimic a Macintosh, then for foreign alphabets, have it set up to give me
>> opportunity to enter different languages according to the language chosen.
>> Hebrew entry uses the Israeli keyboard layout. Setting up the keyboard is
>> part of the system administration for Ubuntu.
>> Hope this helps.
>> Karl W. Randolph.
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