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Chinese Character Conversion??? - ASP

Hi, I've got an english site designed that I need to translate into Chinese. I've got the Chinese wording to work with but I can't figure out how to get it into my code. I thought I could simply paste the chinese characters from a Word doent into my html editor between <P> tags using the PMingLiU or SimSun font but it just enters like this: ????: turns into ????: Help!!! Thanks....

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    Default Chinese Character Conversion???

    Hi,

    I've got an english site designed that I need to translate into Chinese.

    I've got the Chinese wording to work with but I can't figure out how to get
    it into my code.

    I thought I could simply paste the chinese characters from a Word doent
    into my html editor between <P> tags using the PMingLiU or SimSun font but
    it just enters like this:
    ????: turns into ????:

    Help!!!

    Thanks.


    Ian Guest

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    Default Re: Chinese Character Conversion???

    In article <XoZeb.6093$6C4.724pd7tw1no>, [email]ianpsd.ca[/email] says...
    > I thought I could simply paste the chinese characters from a Word doent
    > into my html editor between <P> tags using the PMingLiU or SimSun font but
    > it just enters like this:
    > ????: turns into ????:
    The folks around here use...what do you call those things? Unicode
    Entities? HTML Entities? One of them. You know the € type
    thingies. The browser will translate them for you.

    There is a reference list of some of them here:

    [url]http://www.big-rick.com/ref/entitiesref.html[/url]

    But not any of the Chinese ones. I think there are some references
    there that might lead you to the Chinese characters, though.

    Guinness Mann Guest

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    Default Re: Chinese Character Conversion???

    You have to replace meta type in the <head>

    For Simplified Chinese GB code do: <meta http-equiv="Content-Type"
    content="text/html; cht=gb2312">
    For Traditional Chinese Big 5 code do: <meta http-equiv="Content-Type"
    content="text/html; cht=Big5">

    There are other concerns depend your original file. If you can email me,I
    may can take a look and find a way to convert.

    But you have to tell me this page is for Traditional Chinese or Simplified
    Chinese first.

    [email]linmaktechotmail.com[/email]


    Lin Ma



    "Guinness Mann" <GManndublin.com> wrote in message
    news:MPG.19e65900d18476549896danews.newsguy.com.. .
    > In article <XoZeb.6093$6C4.724pd7tw1no>, [email]ianpsd.ca[/email] says...
    > > I thought I could simply paste the chinese characters from a Word
    doent
    > > into my html editor between <P> tags using the PMingLiU or SimSun font
    but
    > > it just enters like this:
    > > ????: turns into ????:
    >
    > The folks around here use...what do you call those things? Unicode
    > Entities? HTML Entities? One of them. You know the € type
    > thingies. The browser will translate them for you.
    >
    > There is a reference list of some of them here:
    >
    > [url]http://www.big-rick.com/ref/entitiesref.html[/url]
    >
    > But not any of the Chinese ones. I think there are some references
    > there that might lead you to the Chinese characters, though.
    >

    Lin Ma Guest

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