There are generally two ways to be able to write in Turkish visiting a website:
- use Turkish Keyboard layout;
- website provides external buttons to represent some six letters that do not exist in a typical QWERTY English keyboard.
I would like to present to the Internet community a third method of writing Turkish that neither expects a special keyboard switching, nor peripheral buttons that hinder the flow of writing Turkish on a website.
Turkish Letters That Are Not In English
There are different Turkish letters not included in English depending on the case. For capital letters the sequence goes like this:
and small-case letters:
Letters that are not in a typical QWERY keyboard should be easily evident. The S with the cedilla, or the g with the breve accent are all subtle differences between Turkish and English.
A Simple Solution
The following QWERTY sequences translates to the following Turkish letters:
There is really only one special case for the small-case letters and that's the dotless-i:
Please remember that there is no space in between the punctuation mark and the letter that follows it in order to display the mapped Turkish letter.