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W3C Validator Suite
Includes i18n Checker

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Monthly Archives: June 2003

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New article: Checking HTTP headers

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FAQ-based article: How can I check the character encoding information sent in the HTTP header of a web document?

By Martin Dürst, W3C.

Categories: Articles, New resource

New article: XHTML/HTML & bidi formatting codes vs. markup

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FAQ-based article: To correctly format bidi text in XHTML or HTML pages, should I use Unicode control codes or markup?

By Richard Ishida, W3C.

Categories: Articles, New resource

New article: Date formats

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FAQ-based article: How do I prepare my web pages to display varying international date formats?

By Lloyd Honomichl, Lionbridge.

Categories: Articles, New resource

New article: HTML, XHTML, XML and control codes

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FAQ-based article: How do I handle control codes (ie. the ‘C0′ U+0000-U+001F and ‘C1′ U+007F-U+009F ranges) in XML, XHTML and HTML?

By Tex Texin, XenCraft & François Yergeau, Alis Technologies.

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New article: Missing characters and glyphs

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Unicode contains a huge number of characters covering a wide range of scripts and lanuages. However, in some cases, there may be something missing. This article looks at potential solutions.

By Martin Dürst, W3C.

Categories: Articles, New resource

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