In the most recent versions of Dreamweaver the default encoding has been set to utf-8 (Unicode).
In that case all you have to do is switch keyboards or insert characters as in any other document.
To change the encoding of a legacy page to Unicode:
For most scripts, you can type directly into Dreamweaver by switching your keyboards. Keyboards for any scripts you wish to use must first be installed and activated. See the Languages section for more details on a specific language.
Note: If switching keyboards does not work, then open the code view and make sure the encoding meta
tag is set correctly.
You can use accent codes and utilities with Dreamweaver as well. See the Accents page for information on specific tools.
You will probably need access to the HTML code view to accomplish this efficiently.
Language tags can be added in the HTML code view following the guidelines on the Language Tag page.
You can also highlight a word or phrase and use the tag editor in the Properties window to insert a language tag.
i,b,span) and add the
langattribute as needed.
If you are using a font which doesn't include the characters you need, follow the procedure below to change your fonts in Dreamweaver.
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
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