Indicating language choice on the Web
If you want a summary of some of the methods you can use to make users aware that a website contains information in more than one language, check out my article Indicating language choice on the Web.
The article is published as part of the June 2006 edition of EPiServer TechNews, a newsletter aimed at developers who use the EPiServer CMS. I was first asked for permission to republish my article Indicating language choice: flags, text, both, neither?. Not being very fond of having articles republished in full elsewhere, I declined and instead offered to rewrite the article a bit.
Oh, if you read the article, please resist the urge to view source. I am told that the site will be redesigned during the next couple of months. Let’s hope they drop the XML declaration they are currently inserting before the HTML 4.0 (sic) transitional doctype ;-).
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