This is pretty kewl:
Unicode is capable of representing many languages, including those written from left to right and those written from right to left. There are special characters in UNICODE to achieve the RTL. One such character is the Mirroring character.
I can’t post the character here because wordpress limits certain code use, also it happens to be invisible as in its not a printable character, but just read the whole article in from the link above. It has an example of the character that makes any language appear right to left. Also, its just a damned interesting article with info on unicode 8 and 16. It even has an idea on how to use this for phishing!!
However, if you’re all lazy and just want the unicode character here it is from the comments on the post.
- Arun P said…
- Found out the mirroring character code :
&# 8 2 3 8;
(without the spaces)
Big ups to digital me (that’s what all that hex code says) for this awesome ass find!! (and thanks for the phishing warning too)