The following file extensions are supported when setting up file format configurations for Web Pages: .htm, .html, .xhtml, . htmls, .php, .php2, .php3, .php4, .php5, .php6, .phtml, .csm, .jsp, .ahtm, .ahtml.
For more information, please see the following sections:
Default Web Page Configuration
Every file format has a default configuration to ensure that a file can be translated; however, it does not handle every complex property that could be thrown your way when translating a source file. The default configuration for Web Pages does the following:
- Uses UTF-8 as the default character encoding.
Converts characters not compatible with the target encoding into entity references.
Compresses sequences of whitespaces into a single whitespace.
Enables SRX rules for text segmentation.
Enables the use of //notrans, //beginnotrans ... //endnotrans to delimit not translatable code.
Extracts quoted strings.
Defines specific translatable attributes for extraction.
Custom Web Page Configurations
If you use Web Page content for translations, a custom file format configuration might be necessary to achieve the right results in your target file. Outside of the default configuration selections, Wordbee Translator offers many additional choices for configuring:
- HTML Code
- HTML Attributes
- Content Exclusion
- Text Segmentation
- Extracting & Excluding Quoted Strings
- Including/Excluding Additional Content
- Configuring Translatable Attributes and Tags
- CMS Specific Settings
A Few Examples
The following are just a few examples of what you can do with a custom Web Pages configuration in Wordbee Translator. For more advanced examples, please see our https://wordbee.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/WBT/pages/711314 page.
To learn more about common Web Pages configurations heard by our support team, please see the https://wordbee.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/WBT/pages/711314 section.