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Several browsers support standard ("logical") and legacy ("visual") Hebrew:
Microsoft Internet Explorer includes Hebrew support in the common release.
Firefox includes Hebrew support in the common release. Versions are available for Windows, Linux, Macintosh and other systems.
Mozilla includes Hebrew support in the common release. Versions are available for Windows, Linux and Macintosh.
Hebrew Standards: There are two sources for Hebrew standards, international standards and Israeli national standards. Mostly they are parallel.
Typing Hebrew Points (Niqud) in Windows and Word.
Hebrew fonts including Niqud and Teamim (points and cantillation marks).
Article: Typesetting with Niqud and Teamim - Typesetting the Holy Bible in Hebrew, with TEX, by Yannis Haralambous, 1994.
Test your browser:
Some history - Hebrew on the IBM 1401.
Gimatria - The Hebrew numbering system.
The Hebrew Alphabet and Standard Codes
Hebrew Fonts for the World Wide Web
Hebrew Keyboard Layout
Why is it so difficult to write Hebrew? An article explaining the complexities of Hebrew text processing (in Hebrew). There are two versions:
Israel Government Internet Committee Hebrew page (in Hebrew).
Microsoft's explanation - Middle Eastern Language Issues (in English).
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