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ASP VBScript Website with Arabic (Dari) and English

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I have a website that has been written in ASP VBScript and I need to be able to display both Arabic (Dari) and English on the same page.
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First your asp pages need to be saved as UTF-8. Add
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
to the head section of the page.
See attached for an example.

If you have notepad, open your ASP page, do a file save as, use the encoding dropdown and pick UTF-8 and ovrewrite the existing file.
dari-english.html
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Had everything except the saving the file as UTF-8 part, thank you.
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