Help with Trados and web page
Thread poster: portilla

portilla  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 15:25
Member (2002)
English to Spanish
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Apr 6, 2003

Hello,

I\'m translating a web site with Trados\' Tag editor, when I open the web page, I find the code: endif]> and this remains visible after I clean up the file. Any suggestions?


 

Harry Bornemann  Identity Verified
Mexico
English to German
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Cut out the JavaScript Apr 7, 2003

I think there is not a single CAT tool handling JavaScript absolutly correctly.

If you cut out the JavaScript for example using Notepad, and paste it in again after translation, it should work. icon_wink.gif

You may extract the translatable text inside JavaScript manually, if your client does not provide a separate list.


(The tags may appear anywhere in the document.)

[ This Message was edited by: Harry_B on 2003-04-07 06:17]


 

Harry Bornemann  Identity Verified
Mexico
English to German
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.. and don't use script tags in here.. Apr 7, 2003

they would obviously affect the functionality of these entries icon_lol.gif

 


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