Inputting Chinese onto a website
Thread poster: kgriff (X)

kgriff (X)
Local time: 19:19
Chinese to English
Mar 18, 2004

Does anyone have an idea how to go about this? Someone has asked if I can translate text into Chinese for a website and he may want me to input it as well. Presumably it will depend how the site is set up in the first place, so there will be various methods.......?

 

Zhoudan  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:19
Member (2007)
English to Chinese
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Do you mean translating .html files? Mar 18, 2004

If this is what you mean, you can translate in

1. MS FrontPage
2. Trados TagEditor
3. Deja Vu

If you do not have Trados or Deja Vu, you can always use MS FrontPage, which is part of MS Office.

Good luck!


 


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