At www.w3schools.com in the CSS pseudo-class section, there is a :lang pseudo-class that you can specify for any element.
I've never played around with it, but you can specify what language is used in any given element, and it goes a little something like this:
- You can leave out the ".class" if you want, then it's just:
Since I've never played around with this, I don't have much more info. Also, try reading the following page:
It's a good place to start. The only problem is, only the newest browsers are going to have support for this. In fact, I'd bet a six-pack that IE/PC doesn't support the :lang attribute. NS 7 and Mozilla >1.0 will probably support it though.
The six-pack could be Labat, but preferably Killian's. Or Root Beer if you're under 21