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The only way to make an unicode icon display across browsers consistently is by loading the icon's default webfont. For example, the electric light bulb unicode character uses the Symbola font. If that isn't installed on the device, the device will then use the fall-back of the fonts you listed. For a cross-platform solution, you'll need to use font icons ...


You don't need a to get GOOGLE cookies because you can get yourself with PHP or other things the System language because that I find persobaly better. Reason is that the system labguage us very iften not the language from client location


To answer your question, you don't need to hack into Google's cookies to get that information, but can find it out yourself in your own code. IMPORTANT NOTE: You are talking about automatically serving content to users based on their language settings, which can actually lead to a lot of SEO problems if done badly. A better option is to serve the URLs as ...


No, because you do not have access to Google's cookies. You only have access to the cookies your website sets. Fortunately there are ways to get this language yourself using JavaScript.

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