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Re: New FAQ Article for review [I18N-ACTION-260]

From: Gunnar Bittersmann <gunnar@bittersmann.de>
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 10:06:26 +0200
Message-ID: <52566002.90901@bittersmann.de>
To: www-international@w3.org
Hi,
Last but not least a typographical nit pick: “translate attribute” is 
not consistently marked-up as “<code class="kw">translate</code> 
attribute” – with “translate” being set in different (monospaced) font 
and color. This also applies to other attribute and elements.

Change:
Adding the translate attribute to your page

to:
Adding the <code class="kw">translate</code> attribute to your page


Change:
The <code class="kw">yes</code> value of the translate attribute is 
mostly used to override the effect of setting translate to <code 
class="kw">no</code>.

to:
The <code class="kw">yes</code> value of the <code 
class="kw">translate</code> attribute is mostly used to override the 
effect of setting <code class="kw">translate</code> to <code 
class="kw">no</code>.


Change:
the title attribute of the outer element

to:
the <code class="kw">title</code> attribute of the outer element


Change:
if you do want your code element content translated.

to:
if you do want your <code class="kw">code</code> element content translated.


Change:
but replacing a class attribute value

to:
but replacing a <code class="kw">class</code> attribute value


I hope I’ve found all places. I haven’t listed appearances in headings, 
the intended audience and the question, though. Feel free to add markup 
there as well.

Gunnar

PS: Does this sound good?
Inside that <code class="kw">span</code> you could put another with 
<code class="kw">translate</code> set to <code class="kw">no</code>

or better with “span (element)” inserted:
Inside that <code class="kw">span</code> you could put another <code 
class="kw">span</code> with <code class="kw">translate</code> set to 
<code class="kw">no</code>
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