I wrote a code to detect the end of selection using javascript, and to place a marker at the end position. See this jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/vCwwN/  The above code do the following:   It handles all LTR scripts (e.g. English) properly (showing m...
How can I make a right-to-left and up-to-bottom textfield for user input in a browser? Are there any native ways to do it? Or maybe workarounds?  (Up-to-bottom could be like Japanese, or the hieroglyphs.)...
How can I programmatically check if the browser treats some character as RTL in JavaScript?  Maybe creating some transparent DIV and looking at where text is placed?  A bit of context. Unicode 5.2 added Avestan alphabet support. So, if the browser ha...
In my html I am writting:   <a  href="mailto:[email protected]?body=%A0%F9%ED%0D%0A%F9%ED%A0%EE%F9%F4%E7%E4%A0%0D%0A%FA%2E%E6%0D%0A%EE%F1%F4%F8%A0%F4%E5%EC%E9%F1%E4">[email protected] </a>   the new outlook window TE...
I've been trying to embed some hebrew characters in Thom Sander's free html5 template (download link).  For example, I've tried to change a left-side menu item text to Hebrew, i.e.,  Home Page => ???? ????   For some reason the hebrew...
How can I detect in my webpage using javascript if the user is using a browser with RTL language? For example Arabic. I want to provide a different layout for them....
Lone developer here. Looking for some ideas how I can detect numbers in a string and reverse the characters of said numbers. For example given the string:    'Lorem ipsum dolor 345 sit $4.50 amet,78% consectetur 45.60%adipisicing elit'     Th...
I would like to display 25%* in arabic, which should look like this: *%25  I have tried to display this using direction:rtf, however, it only seems to display it correctly when you append some arabic text to it. Run the snippet below to see what I me...
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I met a wired problem for a web page in IE7/8. The page configured to be dir="rtl". And divRow is made very large width so as its containing div doesn't wrap.  Click the editor area, type some words, then click the "Hello world" t...

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