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I am currently translating a Spanish website for a charity. Their website has been written using .php ([url]http://www.avt.org[/url]). I'd like to be able to deliver their translation back to them in the same format as the website, so that all they have to do is upload the webpages to the web. Does anyone know of any free sortware, where I can import the webpages, and then just substitute the text? Thanks...

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    I am currently translating a Spanish website for a charity. Their website
    has been written using .php ([url]http://www.avt.org[/url]).

    I'd like to be able to deliver their translation back to them in the same
    format as the website, so that all they have to do is upload the webpages to
    the web.

    Does anyone know of any free sortware, where I can import the webpages, and
    then just substitute the text?

    Thanks


    Neil Greenough Guest

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    When their site is elaborated with Php its probably that the content and the
    structure are separated. Normally the textes sens up by forms and stored in
    the database (MySql) and automaticly called in the pages destinated for th
    language. I thik it is wise to take contact with the webmaster from the
    site for knowing how to act.

    Georges Kuntz

    "Neil Greenough" <neilgreenoughbtopenworld.com> a écrit dans le message de
    news:cf08et$30f$1sparta.btinternet.com...
    > I am currently translating a Spanish website for a charity. Their website
    > has been written using .php ([url]http://www.avt.org[/url]).
    >
    > I'd like to be able to deliver their translation back to them in the same
    > format as the website, so that all they have to do is upload the webpages
    to
    > the web.
    >
    > Does anyone know of any free sortware, where I can import the webpages,
    and
    > then just substitute the text?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >

    Georges.Kuntz Guest

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    Technically any text editor with a Find & Replace can do what you
    need. But, since you are translating the website, you might consider
    using PHP's gettext to do translations. With gettext you would
    encapsulate your translatable strings like so:

    _("This is a string");

    And then you would create a language file for each language you want
    to use with a line for each string, and it's respective translation.
    For more information check out [url]http://www.php.net/gettext[/url].

    Since you are translating an existing website, there probably is no
    super easy way to do it, except to just go through each file,
    translating each string. And if the site is ever going to cater to
    other languages, maybe not now--but possibly in the future, you really
    would benefit from gettext.

    On Fri, 6 Aug 2004 15:34:53 +0000 (UTC), "Neil Greenough"
    <neilgreenoughbtopenworld.com> wrote:
    >I am currently translating a Spanish website for a charity. Their website
    >has been written using .php ([url]http://www.avt.org[/url]).
    >
    >I'd like to be able to deliver their translation back to them in the same
    >format as the website, so that all they have to do is upload the webpages to
    >the web.
    >
    >Does anyone know of any free sortware, where I can import the webpages, and
    >then just substitute the text?
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    eclipsboi Guest

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