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Hello All,

I am having a few issues with setting globalization with the Chinese language with the asp.net website. We have a website in asp.net with VB.net and we have implemented the globalization English/French/Chinese language culture using a Resource file.

All English/French cultures are working fine but when we are trying to apply Chinese culture then UI is unsorted due to some extra space are converted into HTML B tag and some div are inside into this B tag. We are unable to understand why this happing.

Some pages working fine but some pages UI disorder.

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I hope someone might be able to assist.

What I have tried:

I have tried UTF-8 and other meta content tags for resolving this setting.

Also tried setting globalization setting into the web.config.

But the issue is still the same.
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Updated 19-Nov-20 4:20am

1 solution

"Unsorted". How does anyone here know how they should be "sorted"? (Or not).

Chinese uses double byte (and perhaps triple byte characters); English and French not so much. Maybe you need to consider those extra bytes, when "sorting" (or not).
   
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Ram Kumar(Webunitech) 20-Nov-20 3:03am
   
Thanks for your comments. Here "Unsorted" means UI does not display properly in the Chinese culture but UI is working fine in the English/French culture in asp.net

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