CSS1 Recommendation & test suite

The following lists the people who have volunteered for particular languages in the order in which they volunteered. The specification is quite long, so translators may wish to share work on writing and reviewing translations. As you can see below, we are adding links to the translations as they are produced. The copyright details for translations of W3C specifications are explained in section 5.7 of our IPR FAQ.

Translators & translations

The normative version of the Recommendation is in English. However, we encourage translations of the document. The latest version of the CSS1 specification can be found at http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS1

Kamel Ayari <kamel.ayari@span.ch>
Bulgarian — Български
Трифон Статков (Triphon Statkoff, a.k.a. s0b1.340) <trezeguet @gmail.com> — translation available
Dutch — Nederlands
Andy Camps <andy.camps @playgarden.com> — translation available
French — Français
J. J. Solari <jjsolari @pobox.com> — translation available
Amit C <ezraamit @internet-zahav.net>
Italian — Italiano
Pasquale Popolizio <pasquale @osservatoriosullacomunicazione.com> — translation available
Japanese — 日本語
Takefumi Yamashita <yamashita_t @lycos.ne.jp> — translation available
Kazuteru Okahashi <okahashi @ma5.seikyou.ne.jp> — translation available
Korean — 한글
Taeho Lee <trio @trio.co.kr> — translation available
Rafał Karczmarz <r.karczmarz @wp.pl>
Portuguese (Brazil)
José Donato Messaros <josemessaros @uol.com.br> — translation available
Spanish &mdash Español
Juan R. Pozo <jrpozo @conclase.net> — translation available

CSS1 test suite

The CSS1 test suite is also being translated:

Japanese — 日本語
Yoshito Teramoto <teramoto @doraneko.org> — translation available

See also

E-mail list for translators

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