[Air-l] Japanese characters

Andrew Wenn andrew.wenn at vu.edu.au
Thu Apr 7 15:35:34 PDT 2005


The problem you are encountering is, I suspect, not due to the FTP 
program but because of the character set  you have set in the HTML page 

Short of changing the language and character set declaration in the 
<head></head> section of the HTML document which I will not go into 
here, perhaps the best way to do this is to create a graphic of the 
Japanese characters and embed that into the web document.

Of course, the practicality of this depends on just how many characters 
there are and how you want them displayed on the screen.

andrew W.

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On 08/04/2005, at 3:11 AM, J. J. wrote:

> Dear Friends and Colleagues,
> I am working on a web site that includes some text in Japanese. When I 
> copy and paste the Japanese characters to the HTML code the ftp 
> program that I use to transfer files (Cute FTP) displays only question 
> marks. Any suggestions how I can solve this?
> With best of regards,
> Jarek Janio
> Santiago Canyon Community College
> Orange, CA
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