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Updated Polish translation

Thanks to K. Wiśniewski the Getting Started article “Language on the Web” has now been updated in Polish.

Język witryn internetowych

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New translation: Idiomas na Internet

Thanks to Portuguese Translation Team, of Trusted Translations Inc., the getting-started article “Language on the Web” has now been translated into Portuguese (language negotiated).

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New translation: Los idiomas en la Web

Thanks to Spanish Translation Team, of Trusted Translations Inc., the getting-started article “Language on the Web” has now been translated into Spanish (language negotiated).

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New translation: Język witryn internetowych

Thanks to K. Wiśniewski the Getting Started article “Language on the Web” has now been translated into Polish (language negotiated).

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New article: Language on the Web

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Getting Started material: This is a second in a proposed series of pages that will introduce you to key internationalization topics and tasks, and direct you towards articles or resources on the W3C Internationalization subsite that will take you to the next level of understanding.

This document introduces topics related to declaring the human language of your content, and related topics, such as language-based styling, content negotiation, and user navigation.

By Richard Ishida, W3C.

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