The article Declaring language in HTML was changed at the end of May. A noticeable change was the introduction of additional headings, to enable readers to more quickly spot relevant information. Also a new section was added: What if element content and attribute values are in different languages?
German, Spanish, Russian and Ukranian translators are asked to update their translations.
Призначення мови в HTML (Declaring language in HTML)
Розмір тексту в перекладі (Text size in translation)
Фонові зображення, які підтримують локалізацію (Background images that support localization)
Стилізація за допомогою мовних атрибутів (Styling using language attributes)
CSS3 та Міжнародний Текст (CSS3 and International Text)
Назначение языка в HTML (Declaring language in HTML)
Размер текста в переводе (Text size in translation)
Фоновые изображения что поддерживают локализацию (Background images that support localization)
Стилизация с помощью языковых атрибутов (Styling using language attributes)
CSS3 и Международный Текст (CSS3 and International Text)
These articles were translated thanks to Alexandr Shlapak.
One tutorial and two articles have been updated, and a new article has been created from material that was moved out of the tutorial. The updates all involve major rewrites of the former text. These changes incorporate up-to-date information about how language declarations are handled in HTML5, and generally refresh and improve the previous material.
The new articles are:
Working with language in HTML (tutorial)
All articles use a new HTML5-based template with additional change to the boilerplate code.
Comments are being sought on the following new articles prior to final publication. NOTE THAT the articles are in a temporary location, and will be moved to their final location after the review.
This is a reworking of an existing tutorial to conform to the new tutorial format. It will replace the old version.
This is a reworking of an existing article to bring it up to date. It will replace the old version.
This is a new article derived from information that was originally in the tutorial mentioned above. The information has been rewritten, and changes have been made to reflect recent developments for HTML5.
This is a reworking of an existing article to reflect recent developments in HTML5 and improve the fit with other pages listed here. It will replace the old version.
All articles use a new template with additional change to the boilerplate code. They are written in HTML5.
We hope to publish a final version shortly after the end of the review period.