Something that hasn’t changed since the pharaohs is the Chinese script . That being said, making a site out of it can be quite a run for your money.
Getting the translation is the easy part (thanks to Google translator), but displaying the translated pages in web pages is a totally different scenario. Although there is an “easy way” to cut corners by taking a snap shot of the translated pages & inserting them as images in the page, but this seriously handicaps the level of interaction of the end user.
But is there a better way? There’s always one.
The most effective method to avoid any kind of issues is to convert the Chinese characters into Unicode.
Easier said than done.right?
Well there is always an option. Its called “Google”.
Just copy paste the Chinese characters in the text area & the tool takes care of the rest. What you get in the results box is the decimal form of Unicode numerical character references (NCRs).
Just plug this content in the relevant section in your page & you get a page looking like the work of Optimus Prime (Transformers)..
Curious? Check out the link…