This article was completely rewritten to bring it up to date and to reflect the widespread adoption of Unicode on the Web and elsewhere.
Translators should note that links to the following translations have been removed: German, Spanish, Hungarian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, Ukrainian. If you want to update a translation or provide a new translation, please contact us for the new source text.
Налаштування параметру HTTP charset (Setting the HTTP charset parameter)
Налаштування charset інформації в .htaccess (Setting charset information in .htaccess)
Перевірка кодування символів використовуючи валідатор (Checking the character encoding using the validator)
HTML, XHTML, XML та Керуючі Коди (HTML, XHTML, XML and Control Codes)
Хто використовує Unicode? (Who uses Unicode?)
Пропущені символи і гліфи (Missing characters and glyphs)
Настройка параметра HTTP charset (Setting the HTTP charset parameter)
Настройка charset информации в .htaccess (Setting charset information in .htaccess)
Проверка кодировки символов используя валидатор (Checking the character encoding using the validator)
HTML, XHTML, XML и Управляющие Коды (HTML, XHTML, XML and Control Codes)
Кто использует Unicode? (Who uses Unicode?)
Пропущенные символы и глифы (Missing characters and glyphs)
These articles were translated thanks to Alexandr Shlapak.
The translations of the following articles were also lightly updated, although Gunnar was not the original translator.
These articles were translated into German thanks to Gunnar Bittersmann.
The article Who uses Unicode? was rewritten to reflect the fact that Unicode-encoded web pages now account for over 50% of the Web, as determined by Google.
Spanish and Polish and Brazilian Portuguese translators should consider retranslating the article.
The article was updated as follows:
- the title and some of the text was changed to reduce the emphasis on corporate sites
- the first paragraph was modified, and two paragraphs and a sidenote were added to the answer section
- substantial changes to the Further Reading section