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Better together: Displaying Japanese and English text on the web



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Rachel Simone Weil If you’ve ever made an English-language website that contains a bit of Japanese (or other non-Roman) text, you might have run into difficulties getting the text to display beautifully across browsers and platforms. Below, I’ll share a few tips for working with English and Japanese type together on the web. The tl;dr is: Always declare <meta charset=”utf-8″ /> right after the opening <head> tag in your HTML document, set site-wide and element-level lang attributes, and use a

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