This is a Test Page (with image no. 000001) for our Site Search Engine.
It should show whether Lithuanian special character can be used or what to do instead of it.
Using a META tag is recommended with: ="text/html; charset=UTF-8"
Therefor this page contains such a tag.
|Below are the numerical representations of Unicode characters used to display the special Lithuanian characters in HTML environment:
Ą Č Ę Ė Į Š Ų Ū Ž.
ą č ę ė į š ų ū ž.
If the Lithuanian characters above don't appear properly, please enable your browser for Unicode (UTF-8). Please inform us when the problem remains!
Otherwise we want to check now whether the search engine will find this page if one of the both character strings (or parts of them) is enquired.
Note 1: When entering these strings (or parts of them) don't forget a blank between every character.
Note 2: Don't "copy" and "paste" the strings above. That may falsify the test result.
Note 3: Strings must always have quotation marks around it.
|Our preliminary results of the test:
If not already done, you should adjust your browser for character encoding "Unicode (UTF-8)" before using the "Site-Search":
"View" --> "Character Encoding" --> "Unicode (UTF-8)"
If this don't help, please inform us.