Re: [bang-phpug] Using BARAHA for a website
You could use Unicode (UTF-8) character sets for displaying Kannada
text on the web. This should be supported on most modern browsers.
Here's a link to the Kannada UTF-8 character set.
On Dec 18, 2007 10:09 AM, Vijay Srinivas <vijay_srini_2000@...> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> This is Vijay Srinivas again, and hope that everybody
> is enjoying their PHP programmming.
> I had designed a multi-lingual website to display
> information both in English and Kannada (more
> languages are to be added later). I used BARAHA
> KANNADA for displaying Kannada fonts.
> Before working with Kannada Fonts, I first Installed
> Baraha Kannada font in my local machine. Then, I
> converted all the pages displaying Kannada Letters
> into unicode and ran it. Now, it runs fine on my local
> machine, as well as those machines which have BARAHA
> installed in them. However, it doesnt display when
> BARAHA is not installed in a particular system.
> I actually want that it works even in those machines
> which dont have BARAHA installed in them. (I have seen
> many sites which display Kannada Fonts, but they use
> CLASS, and classes are hidden from the clients, inside
> again not displayed. Moreover, I am not a very good
> Hope that someone helps.
> Vijay Srinivas
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