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Chapter 9. Adjusting Page Properties > Understanding Document Encoding

Understanding Document Encoding

The web is truly a global phenomenon, and web pages—especially those for international businesses—come in all languages. Browsers use different character sets to display the various languages in what is referred to as the document encoding. English and most of the European languages require the Western or Latin 1 document encoding, whereas Japanese and Greek, among other languages, have their own encoding.

In Contribute, the document encoding is set as a page property, and there are 20 different character sets:


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