Hassan Schroeder wrote: > > I know <div charset="koi8-r"> is invalid, but is there something similar > > <http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/dirlang.html#adef-lang> Thanks, but does that work when the target language uses characters that are not in the document's charset? If the root document uses ISO-8859-1, would using <div lang="ru*"> expand to allow for the Russian alphabet? Or vice versa, let's say our client gets his entire site translated into Russian, and the page uses KOI8-R by default, would <div lang="zh*"> work for the Chinese product description? Thanks, Rick. *: I'm not sure these are the correct language codes, just an example. I think they're right, though.