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Old February 23rd, 2005, 02:43 PM
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Default Urdu characters on web page

Hi everybody,

When we open the Urdu version (Pakistani language) of the BBC's site
www.bbc.com/urdu, it downloads a plug-in to our computer so that we may able to view the urdu characters correctly.
As there is no HTML editor which generates urdu webpages. There is a
way that most urdu websites use is creating webpages through images.
These images are created in some urdu software and then add to the page in the form of image. But the BBC site does not use this technique thats why the site loads fast. I want to know that how they do or which technique they use?

Old February 24th, 2005, 07:06 AM
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hi there,
i think they are using unicode
find the link for moreinformation

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