[thelist] Russian fonts

Peter Loron peterl at standingwave.org
Tue Jun 17 12:31:44 CDT 2003

I think you generally need to set the page encoding in the header to 
something like UTF8, KOI8-R or somesuch.

I'm not aware of any way to have mixed encodings on a page except for 
putting one of the charactersets into images.


Pall Musaev wrote:

> G'day all, 
> I was hoping I could get some guidance as to how to use Russian font for a
> website. I know that I don't want to use an image to display the font, but
> how many options do I have? Please help a newbie out! Cheers.
> ~
> .pall
> psyndi website design services
> www.psyndi.com
> 1.250.442.3133
> ~

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