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Localizing Text Layers in Photoshop

August 16, 2011 Comments

Complex bitmapped graphics are common to many critical translation projects, whether they be for document translation, website translation or software translation. Such graphics often require editable text for captions and “callouts” to complete the illustration. Many localization projects have bitm...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Photoshop, graphics localization
Creating Culturally Customized Content for Website Translation

August 10, 2011 4 Comments

Cultural customization is a fundamental step for reaching a global audience with your website, and should be completed as part of website translation and website localization. While many website owners treat this step as optional, it should be treated as integral. Website cultural customization ca...

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Category:
Website Translation
Tags:
Website Localization, website translation, cultural assessment
Localization Kit Essentials for a Website Translation Project

August 04, 2011 2 Comments

A website localization kit is comprised of the same source files, metadata and project specifications that your translation services agency will require in order to execute the actual website translation and localization. Quite simply this consists of your source files and the specific information r...

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Category:
Website Translation
Tags:
Website translation, localization kit, source files, project management
Optimizing InDesign Documents for Translation with Tables

July 25, 2011 Comments

Many of us remember the early, dark days of InDesign desktop publishing (DTP) when there were no real tables. Users had to create “fake” tables with a combination of tabbed text and manually drawn vertical and horizontal rules. “Real” tables have been available in InDesign for years, and they can au...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Desktop Publishing, DTP, Document Translation, Document Globalization, Adobe, InDesign
Website Internationalization and Accessibility

July 21, 2011 Comments

The World Wide Web is capable of living up to its name: by being accessible to everyone in the world. This is more or less true, as there are still many web users whose needs aren’t adequately met. The Word Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has several recommendations on how to make a webpage accessible by ...

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Category:
Website Translation
Tags:
Web Internationalization, Web Development, Website Translation, Website Design, Web accessibility
WordPress Website Translation Services

July 13, 2011 3 Comments

WordPress.com announced that there are now more than 50 million blogs powered by WordPress's open source CMS. Almost 25 million blogs are hosted at WordPress.com while the rest are hosted on users own servers and domain names. Over the years, WordPress has become the most popular blogging platfor...

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Category:
Website Translation
Tags:
CMS, WordPress, Web Development, Website translation, Website localization, translation services

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