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Updated article: Styling vertical Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Mongolian text

The article Styling vertical Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Mongolian text has been updated in the following ways:

  1. The sections Sideways values of writing-mode and The sideways value of text-orientation have been rewritten to replace content with more up-to-date and accurate information.
  2. Browser support information has been overhauled and brought up to date.
  3. In-page live code has been added to show how each feature behaves in your browser.

Categories: clreq, jlreq, klreq, mlreq, Update

New article: Styling vertical Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Mongolian text

The article helps content authors use CSS to create vertical text for Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Mongolian. It also describes what currently works and doesn’t work in major browsers, and provides tests you can run in your own browser.

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For review: Styling vertical Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Mongolian text

A draft of a new article, Styling vertical Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Mongolian text is out for wide review. We are looking for comments by Wednesday 8 March.

This article aims to help content authors understand the available options and features in CSS that support vertical text.

Please send any comments as github issues by clicking on the link “Leave a comment” at the bottom of the article. (This will add some useful information to your comment.)

Note that some links don’t work because this is in a test location. No need to report those.


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