Getting started with web site translation/localisation
Thread poster: Chris Phillips

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Feb 27, 2003

I often see posts about how to get started with web site translation and localisation.



If you want to get started out with web site translation try the link below it is great for beginners. If you want to get into L10n (localisation) you will need to learn how websites work and then how to fix them when they don\'t



http://www.cta-web.org/Ellen_slides.pdf



Good luck

Chris Phillips

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