CSS in other languages

by Robert L
This paper describes the styling issues in Punjabi Websites using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in various web browsers. Seven different styling issues for Indian Languages have been identified by other researchers. It has been noted that most Punjabi websites make use of only underline and hyperlinks for styling the web content. To test all the styling issues, we developed our own testing website for Punjabi with the use of CSS. We have checked all the styling issues in six different browsers. The results of comparative study in different browsers are presented in this paper.

This Article provides an interesting problem that is faced with both our ever-evolving technological field and our constantly growing Globalized World. Website programmers in the Indian language Punjabi have been limited by the Standards set in CSS is a challenge on what written languages can be adopted for further iterations of markup language. This article gives effectivt presentation which that programming needs grow, not just in flexibility of the features that CSS contains but the support in diversification in the architecture’s language.

Mittal, S. Et Al. (2011). Cascading style sheet styling issues in punjabi language. (Vol. 139). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-19403-0_41

1 thought on “CSS in other languages”

  1. Very interesting article. I didn’t know that Indian languages have different style. In addition, I didn’t know styling have different browsers. Thank you for posting this article.

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