Monthly Archives: August 2005
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By following this tutorial you should be able to:
- create effective XHTML and HTML pages containing text written in the Arabic or Hebrew (or other right-to-left) scripts,
- understand the basics of how the Unicode bidirectional algorithm works, so that you can understand why bidirectional text behaves the way it does, and how to work around problems,
- take decisions about the appropriateness of alternatives to markup.
When creating schemas (XML Schema, DTD, etc.), it is important to include constructs that meet the needs of content authors dealing with international audiences, and address the needs of the localization community. This document provides a list of key requirements to achieve such a goal. It will be used to provide a framework and direction for a detailed solution proposal (or set of proposals) to be developed later.
Editor: Yves Savourel.