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Tag(s): qa-css-lang


New translations into German

These articles were translated into German thanks to Gunnar Bittersmann.

Updated article: Styling using language attributes

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The major change was the addition of detailed information about use of CSS selectors with xml:lang, but there were many other edits (see the list below). Translators should consider retranslating the whole tutorial. [search keys: qa-css-lang]

The article was updated as follows:

  • added section “Using CSS selectors with xml:lang”
  • the title was slightly changed
  • information about browser support was replaced with a link to test results (updated)
  • various edits throughout to improve readability
  • removed the paragraph that says that generic class or id selectors work best, since support for selectors has significantly improved
  • updated various links and added links to new materials.

New translations into Spanish

Thanks to the English to Spanish Translation Team, Spanish Translation US, the following articles have been translated into Spanish.

New translation: Stylizacja z użyciem atrybutu “lang”

Thanks to A.Osobka and N.Fabisz the FAQ-based article “Styling using the lang attribute” has now been translated into Polish (language negotiated).

Categories: Translation

New translation: ถาม-ตอบ: การใส่สไตล์โดยใช้ attribute lang

Thanks to ลาวัณย์ นันทโววาทย์ (Lawan Nuntavovat), WebStarThai, the FAQ-based article “Styling using the lang attribute” has now been translated into Thai (language negotiated).

Categories: Translation

New article: Styling using the lang attribute

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FAQ-based article: What is the most appropriate way to associate CSS styles with text in a particular language in a multilingual XHTML/HTML document?

By Andrew Cunningham, Victoria State Library.

Categories: Articles, New resource

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