Character Sets and Encoding
Here are a number of reasons
will be the official character set of each locale
- Character sets and collations are complicated topics. We aim to simplify the problem by using a standard.
utf-8 is universal in what it covers, understands, and supports.
- You can combine multiple languages on one page easily. This will be useful when creating locale menus.
It is possible for a locale
to be something else; however, there is no reason for it to be anything other than
so we will not document
how to use a different character set. If you feel you have a valid reason for using another character set, we would be happy to consider it. However, you must be able to explain in great technical detail why
is not an option and why using a different character set is the only viable solution.
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Topic revision: r4 - 12 Oct 2009 - 14:21:05 - MelanieSeibert
CpanelLocale.CharsetsEncoding moved from Sandbox.CharsetsEncoding on 01 Oct 2009 - 19:39 by Main.JustinSchaefer
- put it back