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scooke last edited by scooke
Seems like it uses Punycode to register, which porkbun and dynadot can do. I have domains using Chinese and RtL characters, which are punycode, so this should be just as doable. You just have to snag the punycode that is most widely accepted for a emoji, which probably an HTML character list can tell you, like https://www.w3schools.com/charsets/ref_emoji.asp. Better get on it!!
luckow last edited by
- entering an emoji into a subdomain on cloudron results in "Bad location: Hostname is not a valid domain name"
- entering into my dns provider results in xn--s38h
- entering xn--s38h into a sudomain on cloudron result is: installing
@luckow I still see xn--s38h in the url bar. Is that because firefox on android does not support emoji in the location bar?
imc67 last edited by
@girish I dont see it on Brave browser (basically chrome) on macOS.
Behind every cool feature there is some security issue - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IDN_homograph_attack#Client-side_mitigation . Pretty much confirms that only safari went to some length to show the emoji because it is not part of attack vector.
What blasphemy is this and why haven't I heard of it till now?
robi last edited by
Yeah, slightly old news for me, but I found very few useful cases for it other than a gimmick.
Customers won't like typing punycode either, they'd do a shortURL way before that followed by a barcode/qr code.
rmdes last edited by rmdes