Recognize custom tags in HTML content
Thread poster: Platypusss

May 14, 2016

When I load HTML into Trados 2015, it parses all html tags starting with < and ending with > perfectly. However, the content that needs to be translated contains custom code starting with {{ and ending with }} which needs to be excluded from the translation.

I tried to add the {{ and }} as opening and closing tags at the "embedded content processors" project settings, and also looked into the HTML parser settings, but I did not succeed.

How can I teach Trados this custom tag?
Example: {{widget type="productwidget/price"}}

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Not solved yet May 23, 2016

We are still looking for a solution for this. Maybe someone can point is in the right direction? Thanks!

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