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  1. BACKGROUND: Browsers have come a long way over the years, and it is likely that what I am about to ask may appear silly to many. However, I was weened on the internet in Japanese while in Japan, and all of my operating systems since 1994 have been fully equipped to handle CJK fonts. In contrast, in the early years my online readership was nearly always those whose operating systems and browsers were not equipped to handle CJK fonts, and I was forever compelled to find work arounds for the proper display of CJK fonts in non-CJK operating systems. QUESTION: Today, what is the best to insert CJK fonts into an all-English web-application so that they will display properly for users no matter the language of their operating system. For example, is there some way that I can compel a browser to read in UTF-8, or is it even necessary. CAUTION: In answering this question please understand that nearly every page of the Grammar Captive website begins with the following <head> element notation: <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> Roddy
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