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W3C I18N Techniques: Authoring XHTML & HTML

Markup & text

This page lists links to resources on the W3C Internationalization Activity site and elsewhere that help you perform particular tasks. It is a subpage of the techniques index.

Working with composite strings and string re-use

Best practises
How to's
Other references

Using ruby

How to's
  • Overview of the Ruby Annotation specification (in W3C tutorial, Ruby Markup and Styling)

  • Introduction to styling ruby with CSS3 Ruby Module (in W3C tutorial, Ruby Markup and Styling).

Background reading
  • What is 'ruby'? (W3C article)

  • Useful information about ruby in general (Ken Lunde's book, CJKV Information Processing, ISBN 1-56592-224-7, especially chapters 6 and 7)

Other references
Test data
  • W3C test pages

  • Description of support for ruby markup and styling in browsers (in W3C tutorial, Ruby Markup and Styling)

Contact: Richard Ishida (ishida@w3.org).

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