2009 Jun 25, 1:53
"The document provides practical best practices related to specifying the language of content that HTML content authors can use to ensure that their HTML is easily adaptable for an international
audience. These are best practices that are best addressed from the start of content development if unnecessary costs and resource issues are to be avoided later on."
2009 Jun 25, 1:51
"By following this tutorial you should be able to: ... recognize the available alternatives for declaring language, and how they differ ..."
2008 May 7, 4:24
Woo Unicode! "For the first time, we found that Unicode was the most frequent encoding found on web pages, overtaking both ASCII and Western European encodings"
2007 Nov 7, 4:28
Out of date W3C document containing stats on frequency of use of various charsets in HTML pages (in 1997)
2007 Oct 17, 4:48
ICANN's wiki on their new IDN TLDs.
2007 Apr 5, 5:28
A paper on localization of XML DTDs.
2007 Feb 14, 3:12
Another of Richard's tools that allows you to compose strings by visually picking characters from particular alphabets.
2007 Feb 14, 3:10
Richard Ishida's tool to display blocks of Unicode characters.
2007 Feb 13, 12:03
The home of Richard Ishida who works on internationalization at the W3C. Links to his blog, photos, writings, etc.
2006 Apr 7, 5:24