In a web form .net application, I need to allow users to be able access a 'generic' template letter that can be viewed in Karen, Burmese, and Nepali.
What I know is the following:
1. I know if I place the following in the html, '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>', the radeditor should be able to handle the languages listed above, correct? If not correct, would you tell me what I need to do for the languages to be recognized?
2. If I need to place something like '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>' in the html for the radiator to know foreign languages are being used, can you tell me in the html where this needs to be placed? I am assuming before the <html></html> tags.
3. I am asking the following question since I need to download specific fonts for Karen and Burmese in a Word 2016 for the words to appear in the Word editor. Thus for the radeditor, would I need to place these fonts in the readeditor? If so, can tell me how to add the Karen and/or Burmese fonts to the radeditor and how the radeditor needs to be programmed to access these fonts?
**Note: The users only need to view the Karen, Burmese, and Nepali words. They do not need to edit the words. The words will be loaded to the radeditor for them.