In order to see some of the Hebrew text used on this web site, you will need to install Hebrew language support. In order to test your computer's present capabilities, check to see if the following Hebrew text is rendered properly on your screen:
The text (above) should look something like the following graphic (below):
If the text and the graphic do not look similar, then you need to do two things:
Install Hebrew Language Support on your computer.
Enable utf-8 encoding for your browser.
Install Hebrew Language Support
To view Hebrew text, Hebrew Language Support must be enabled for your computer (for Windows users, use Control Panel, Regional and Language options, and select Install Files for complex script):
Note: For other operating systems (such as the Mac OS), see your User Guide.
Enabling utf-8 encoding
You will also need to enable "utf-8 encoding" for your browser (i.e., the program you use to browse the internet). For Microsoft Internet Explorer users, use the menu and do the following:
For other browsers (such as FireFox, Opera, etc.), see your User Guide.