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[ESW Wiki] Update of "geoFaq1" by 220.248.24.26

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Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 09:04:21 -0000
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  Suggestion: that locale/language alternatives are available on every page. Additionally, this would be a driver for using a drop-down, where the main focus of the page was information, rather than dedication to language/locale alternatives. However, there is a distinction between: 
  - Sites that offer each and every page in each and every language, eg, where each and every product is available globally and the differences are language, currency, delivery, variation in product spec/branding, etc. 
- - Sites like BBC World Service and Boeing (SM?) where a different cut of information is offered according to language/locale, eg, with BBC WS each news page is not available in each language.]]
+ - Sites like BBC World Service and Boeing (SM?) where a different cut of information is offered according to language/locale, eg, with BBC WS each news page is not available in each language.]][http://www.couponmountain.co.uk/Dell_UK/index.html Dell]
  
  [[SM I certainly see 'global gateway' as home page only. I can't imagine a scenario with loc. alternatives on every page. The only time Boeing has non-home page link is on a very few news releases translated for some reason, where at top of page is text link like "en espanol"]]
  
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