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Korean title is broken - revisited.


minsukim

Anonymous

This is an extended question from my previous posting.

Please see what I have just found.

    http://geeklog.jikji.org/geeklog_kr_bug.jpg

In the image, everything except the top one had posted in IE.

Somehow, Mozilla is able to handle both Korean title and content, but IE(6.0) can not.

How can I possibly explain this thing and fix it?

Thank you in advance,

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Anonymous

Anonymous
The page looks the same to me in Netscape 6 and IE 6. Perhaps the reason some of these characters are not displaying in Korean is because they aren't defined in the euc-kr character set or the browsers have not yet fully implemented it. Have you tried using ISO-2022-KR to see if that gives better results?
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Anonymous

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Try setting the default_charset as below: $_CONF['default_charset'] = 'ks_c_5601-1987'; To fully implement Korean language in your website you need to create korean.php under geek/language by translating the "language" file from any language file under the directory. You also need to specify the 'default_charset' in the korean.php file the same as above. See a GeekLog site running in Korean as an exmple at: http://choir.kcc-austin.org
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