Unicode & Language Settings for Browsers

Listed below are some basic steps required to ensure that your browser displays Unicode characters correctly.

Solutions for Common Browser Problems

What is the problem? How to fix it?
Unicode fonts are not available. The characters appear as boxes or question marks.
Unicode not rendering correctly
Please install a Unicode font for the language.
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Matras are placed incorrectly. Left side matras are placed on the right of the associated character. Or matras are rendered wrongly.
Matras are rendering incorrectly.
Unicode font rendering is broken on your browser.
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The unicode characters appear separated. The matras do not attach themselves to the adjoining characters. This occurs on Firefox 2.0.*

Firefox 2 Incorrect Rendering
This occurs if word-spacing, letter-spacing, and text-align:justified properties are used in the css. Firefox 3 has resolved this issue.