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Updated article: Inline markup and bidirectional text in HTML

An update for the article Inline markup and bidirectional text in HTML has just been published.

This article tells you how to write HTML where text with different writing directions is mixed within a paragraph or other HTML block (ie. inline or phrasal content). The article has been updated to bring it in line with recent browser developments and to simplify the guidelines. Examples are linked to live versions, and indications are given for which features are supported by which browsers.

For review: Inline markup and bidirectional text in HTML

A draft update for the article Inline markup and bidirectional text in HTML is out for wide review. We are looking for comments by Tuesday 12 December.

This article tells you how to write HTML where text with different writing directions is mixed within a paragraph or other HTML block (ie. inline or phrasal content). The article has been updated to bring it in line with recent browser developments and to simplify the guidelines. Examples are linked to live versions, and indications are given for which features are supported by which browsers.

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