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Various updated i18n articles needing retranslation

From: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2010 19:23:26 +0100
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Updated article: Serving HTML & XHTML 

Numerous changes were made to this article to address feedback, eliminate duplication in other articles, and reflect the passage of time. The focus of the article was changed to address not just XHTML 1.0 authors, but those working with HTML, XHTML and CSS in general, and sets out to provide simple introductions to MIME types and standards vs. quirks modes for authors that can be referenced from other articles. For more information about changes see below.

View the article.

French, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Romanian, Swedish and Thai translators are requested to update their translations.

Description of changes:

    * much of the text and article structure was rewritten
    * the title was changed
    * the latest template was applied, and various new style conventions that affect the markup
    * changes were made to the Further Reading section

Translators should retranslate the whole article.


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Updated article: Using character escapes in markup and CSS

Numerous changes were made to this article to address feedback and also incorporate material on CSS escapes from the character encoding tutorial. This and other changes are described below. View the article.

German, Spanish, and Brazilian and Iberian Portuguese translators should consider updating it.

Description of changes:

    * various parts of the text were rewritten
    * the title and the question were changed
    * the latest template was applied, and various new style conventions that affect the markup
    * two new sections were added relating to CSS
    * substantial changes were made to the Further Reading section

Translators should retranslate the whole article.


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Updated article: Declaring character encodings in CSS

This article was rewritten to better address all methods of declaring encoding, including HTTP-header and charset link declarations. This and other changes are described below. View the article.

German, Greek, Spanish, French, Hebrew, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, Thai and Vietnamese translators should consider updating it.

Description of changes:

    * most of the text was rewritten
    * the title and the question were changed
    * the latest template was applied
    * substantial changes were made to the Further Reading section

Translators should retranslate the whole article.


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Updated article: Character encodings for beginners

A short section was added to this article to lead readers to additional information. This and other changes are described below. View the article.

German, Spanish, Hungarian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese and Romanian translators should consider updating it.

Description of changes:

    * a 'By the way' section was added, to point the reader to concepts described in the article Character encodings: Essential concepts. These explanations take the reader a step further in understanding character encodings.
    * various small edits throughout to accommodate the latest template and style guidelines
    * substantial changes to the Further Reading section



Thanks,
RI


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Richard Ishida
Internationalization Lead
W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)

http://www.w3.org/International/
http://rishida.net/
Received on Thursday, 9 September 2010 18:23:59 UTC

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