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Have you tried anything other than English in WordPress ? How did it go ?

How easy is to use non English characters in WordPress ?
 

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Yes. I have tried. It went well. Even the URL support non Latin characters.

You need to find some other way to type in regional language than default editor. Then copy paste the content and use it with WordPress.
 

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> @admin Even the URL support non Latin characters.

This one.

Once I tried to share a non Latin URL on FB and it didn't work.
 

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It might have changed. Facebook and Twitter allows non Latin character these days. In fact, they want people to communicate in their own language. Something they never supported before.
 

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> @admin Something they never supported before.

Google wanted us to use regional languages from the beginning. They are responsible for many tools that allow you to use your mother tongue in mobile and web.

I use Google Transliterate to use regional languages.
 

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