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Subject: Re: [Q] multilingual website?
>>>>> Dave Pawson <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > As a general note, and very much in my humble opinion, I think > docbook's multi-lingual approach is about as sophisticated as I've > come across. > Yet other than Norm's presentation notes, I've not seen it > documented anywhere. > http://nwalsh.com/docs/tutorials/xsltuk2001/index.html > Perhaps it deserves more limelight? Perhaps. But it's not exactly what I've looking for, I think. The above link is about localization of generated texts. What I want is - two languages with identical structure - as single point of change as possible For the website files, I had thought to do <phrase> and profiling on lang. This quickly gets cluttered, I agree. But I plan to have very simple website files, and only two languages (Norwegian and English). But there is no way to do this for the <title> elements of <tocentry> elements, in the layout.xml file, I think...? Or is there...? Thanx! - Steinar