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Sir , I am new in dot net...
I did implemented the web application for Hindi,
I used culture (Kruti dev Fonts )in my Dot Net application
So my problem its ok in IE6 to IE 9
when i openned in others browsers(Chrome,Mozilla etc)
then fonts is fails to visible in actual in english words
means not support to other browser please any give the idea
to resolve this problem
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Solution 1

Any standard web application will use the Unicode fonts. Kruti Dev is not a unicode font. If you use Unicode, the browser will automatically load the most suitable font.

If you are not using Unicode, you have to ask the users to install that particular font that you are using on your website.

To convert your text typed in Kruti dev into unicode, you can use the following converter:[^]
Faizymca 24-Mar-14 6:55am
Thank you Charan Sir for giving the good information about it..but i used culture in my application how can i used unicode..of hindi best one...please give example sir
Schatak 27-Mar-14 9:07am
Really helpfull
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Solution 2

Your website does not behave properly with all browsers because of the font used. Indian language fonts are mostly not as regular as latin fonts, and many of the symbols are supposed to be overlapping - one character might have to appear above or below another character, but should not leave take its space while rendering, This kind of font rendering is poorly handled in earlier browsers, that's why you have the problem with white spaces.

IE5 is certainly an old browser, for which we cannot make any patch-up or repair, and cannot guarantee that all features will work good. However, if you site is a public website you can expect most visitors to be using IE6 or above, so you should have less problems.

Another important matter to be taken care here is: You should try to avoid non-unicode fonts for websites, and use some of the available standard unicode fonts for your local language websites. This will help the site to get the proper font displayed automatically. For this you need to rewrite all your contents, but once done your content will become standard, and will get guaranteed proper exposure to search engines.


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