I'm trying to develop either an HTML or Flash based drop down menu that will allow the user to select their native language, click Submit, then be forwarded to the homepage of their language. I want the drop down menu to contain their native alphabet and native character encoding, not simply an English translation of their language. I've been researching encoding and charsets like Unicode, UTF-8 and big5 and there just doesn't seem to be a way to do this. The problem is that there doesn't seem a way to encode multiple languages on the same HTML page, so I thought perhaps this can be done in Flash as graphics perhaps...? Then I came across Answers.com, and when you go to one of their topics pages such as this: http://www.answers.com/topic/peace You can see all the multiple languages rendered on screen, in the browser, all on the same page using their native alphabet. I can't find any reference for any encoding on the page...only CSS..!?!? Can anyone make sense of this for me or offer suggestions? What program do I need to use to create such a drop down menu, while at the same time ensuring it is accessible?