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Posted by: batistajm Posted on: Mar 20th, 2004, 2:59am
I built a site in 2 languages (port and english). How can one automatically redirect a vistor to a specific language? I know this can be done, but have no clue how to do it or if sites built with Easy Web Editor can do it.
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 20th, 2004, 1:16pm
Yes, it is possible.
Say your primary website ( ) is in English, and you have the Portuguese website at
Then you should find on the Web a "language detect and redirect" Javascript, and insert it into the first page of your English website. If it will detect a Portuguese browser, it will activate a redirection to
I don't know JS so I can't write it, but if you do a search on the Web you'll find the Javascript for this, as it is a common requirement.
To insert the script, just use "Insert >HTML".
Maybe you can post the script here, once you've found it
Posted by: batistajm Posted on: Mar 21st, 2004, 3:44am
Well, I found the script listed bellow. I suppose now one has to  Insert\Html or Instert\Java Script after modifying the references for the pages and it is here that I still have a difficulty:
from what I understand from the script, the reference of the english page is "english.html", likewise portuguese is "portuguese.html". What shoud I replace this with? I tried in EasyWeb naming one page "Portugese" and anoter "English" and replacing in the script for "portuguese.htm" and "english.htm" but in the browser preview I got a "page not found" error. I tried replacing with "dirigeste-000001.htm" ("dirigeste" is the name of the page: dirigest.aeh) but got the same error. Any ideas ?
  1.  Copy the coding into the HEAD of your HTML document  -->
<!-- STEP ONE: Paste this code into the HEAD of your HTML document  -->
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.2">
<!-- Begin
if (navigator.appName == 'Netscape')
var language = navigator.language;
var language = navigator.browserLanguage;
Netscape instructions:  
In Netscape, find the language you want to redirect by going to
Edit Menu --> Preferences...
Then click the '+' box next to 'Navigator' and click 'Languages'
Click 'Add' then find the languages you want and add them below.
Microsoft Internet Explorer instructions:  
In MSIE, find the language you want to redirect by going to
Tools Menu --> Internet Options...
Then click the 'Languages' button near the bottom of the page.
Click 'Add' then find the languages you want and add them below.
if (language.indexOf('en') > -1) document.location.href = 'English.html';
else if (language.indexOf('nl') > -1) document.location.href = 'dutch.html';
else if (language.indexOf('fr') > -1) document.location.href = 'french.html';
else if (language.indexOf('de') > -1) document.location.href = 'german.html';
else if (language.indexOf('ja') > -1) document.location.href = 'japanese.html';
else if (language.indexOf('it') > -1) document.location.href = 'italian.html';
else if (language.indexOf('pt') > -1) document.location.href = 'portuguese.html';
else if (language.indexOf('es') > -1) document.location.href = 'Spanish.html';
else if (language.indexOf('sv') > -1) document.location.href = 'swedish.html';
else if (language.indexOf('zh') > -1) document.location.href = 'chinese.html';
document.location.href = 'English.html';
// End -->
<font face="arial, helvetica" size="-2">Free JavaScripts provided<br>
by <a href="">The JavaScript Source</a></font>
<!-- Script Size:  1.95 KB -->
Posted by: batistajm Posted on: Mar 21st, 2004, 5:58am
Okay - my error: it should be dirigeste_000001.htm not dirigeste-000001.htm.
Still I got a problem: how to reference to the first page, i.e., page 0. I tried dirigeste_000000.htm and several variations but allways got page does not exit. Ideas
Posted by: batistajm Posted on: May 2nd, 2004, 5:05pm
Could you help me with a little test:
Please go to and check if the page appears in english ( it should, for all of you who are not using a browser with the portuguese language).
Please send me a message with the language of your browser and stating if your read the page in english or not.
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: May 3rd, 2004, 8:45am
page 0 is usually named "index.htm" (see Hypertext >Current hypertext options, second tab).
For the other stuff I see you already learned that you can just replace (say) francais.html with one of the name of your web pages - you see the names on the browser title bar when browsing... (I write this for the other people that might read this topic)
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: May 3rd, 2004, 10:32am
Addenda: I see the English website.
Everything seems ok so.
Posted by: Jesper Posted on: Aug 7th, 2004, 1:48am
I see the portugeese, looking from Swiss...
Posted by: Manzaniya Posted on: Aug 7th, 2004, 12:03pm
I see the port site, and there is no link to the eng site.
Posted by: Joma Morbat Posted on: Aug 7th, 2004, 4:50pm
Sorry folks, I decided to temporarily remove the link to the english site (which is only a partial version, anyway).
I´ll bring it back in a few weeks.
But be assured the script I posted works!
Posted by: Joma Morbat Posted on: Aug 7th, 2004, 4:55pm
By the way, if you want to see a (non-automatic) link to change language, go to
a (very) small site of an accounting firm in Portugal.
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Sep 11th, 2004, 9:03am
Another frequent questions about language:
> comment: I need to write texts in Czech language. There are letters like á, ?, ø etc. When I use EasyWebEditor, these letters are saved as &aacute; and simmilar. These entites work in some browsers, but there are letters I can not write - it uses it's western iso-8859-1 variant (unreadable in Czech).
*Before* starting any document, you should use "Hypertext >Current hypertext properties" then you should fill the box "Charset". The charset for Czech is:
So just write:
into the proper box, then all what you'll write after this will be ok
If you don't know the proper charset for your language just email
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Sep 17th, 2004, 12:04pm
is the one for Greek.
Please make sure to do this setup *before* writing
Posted by: americamba Posted on: Apr 23rd, 2005, 5:27pm
I need the IPA symbols of the International Phonetic Alphabet.  I just learned of the character set possibility. Is there a character set for IPA. I am using GIGs now but the don't line up well, some are aliased. A characer set would be great. Does it exist?
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Apr 24th, 2005, 4:52pm
I think you must use GIF images if you want to be sure everybody actually see what you intend.
You may use a graphic software in order to adjust the GIFs all to the same height and make them align.
There are graphic editors with nice features for this...
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: May 10th, 2005, 5:54am
For Russian, see the instructions above for Czech, then the proper Charset string is instead:
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Jun 22nd, 2005, 5:58am
If you use a particular font, now it is possible to make it automatically downloadable if the browser is IE. This has been added to the faq page
I copy here:
There is also a non standard way to force the end user PC to automatically download the font. You should use ?Insert >HTML >Within text? and write:  
@font-face { font-family:FontName; src:url(; }  
As you can see you should convert the font you used from the usual TTF (True type font) for Windows to the Eot format, and you should transfer the file somewhere on the server (maybe using the ?generic FTP?). To converto to EOT you need the WEFT software:  
Or you may use our FREE font-to-GIF plug-in, see
Posted by: nick theodoropoulos Posted on: Oct 25th, 2006, 11:57am
i want to write in greek.
my program has default windows-1253 with english as a language.
i cant write greek
thank you
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Oct 26th, 2006, 4:58am
I think you should also use a font that supports Greek such as the Greek MSWindows version of the TImes New Roman...

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