Trados Studio 2015 and web pages - how to get started?
Thread poster: Marla Kennedy

Marla Kennedy
Canada
Local time: 15:57
English to French
+ ...
May 5, 2016

I'm new to translating web pages using Trados Studio 2015.

If a client just sends me the link to a page, is that enough if I save the page as an html file (along with the corresponding folder of images, fonts, etc.)?

If so, do I have to import the folder with all the images as part of the Trados Project or just the core html file?

If so, how do I repackage everything so that the client has access to the core html file and all the images? If so, can Trados generate a reliable preview so that I know the final product looks ok?

Alternatively, Am I just supposed to send them the core html file and have them repackage everything on their end?

Is there a better tool I should be using for this kind of work?

If this topic has already been covered elsewhere in this forum, can someone send me the link? I tried looking this topic up, but didn't find anything.

Thanks.


 


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