Joel wrote a nice about Unicode. Well, there are some catches that I need to save here.
- in ASP, when using unicode and SQL, make sure you use the nvarchar, nchar, ntext datatypes. These are explicitly for unicode, and use 2 bytes to store every character.
- make sure to specify utf-8 everywhere in the output HTML. , blah blah.
- Make sure to use a unicode text editor. Textpad and Dreamweaver MX work well.