MULTILINGUALWEB

Standards and best practices for the Multilingual Web

News

  • W3C HTML5 Validator enhanced with language detection functionality: The W3C HTML5 Validator has been enhanced... https://t.co/KGJ7R8N7FP
    2016-07-13 17:15:10 UTC
  • For review: Time & date, Essential concepts: A draft of a new article, Time & date, Essential concepts is out... https://t.co/GnLEhJqoyo
    2016-06-17 10:19:58 UTC
  • New article: Ruby markup: Ruby is the name given to the small annotations in Japanese and Chinese content tha... https://t.co/5iAgXZgiHu
    2016-06-13 20:10:48 UTC
  • Updated article: Changing an HTML page to Unicode: The article was edited to make it easier for non-experts t... https://t.co/63FRSXhC19
    2016-05-27 04:26:49 UTC
  • Publication of the final OntoLex specification: lexicon model for ontologies (lemon): The OntoLex community g... https://t.co/51yCGA4Xf9
    2016-05-20 06:19:45 UTC
  • For review: Ruby Markup: A draft of a new article, Ruby Markup is out for wide review. We are looking for com... https://t.co/d5G9fKq4LJ
    2016-05-03 20:13:37 UTC
  • New article: Guiding users to translated pages: This new article addresses the question: If my site contains a... https://t.co/0T2uuJZp74
    2016-03-11 11:59:31 UTC
  • Updated articles on bidi topics: The following articles have been updated and reviewed by the Internationaliza... https://t.co/CLkGvJJsBR
    2016-03-10 20:49:41 UTC
  • For review: What is Ruby?: A new article, What is Ruby? is out for wide review. We are looking for comments by... https://t.co/W0DuabOA6L
    2016-02-04 18:41:56 UTC
  • Putting Linguistic Linked Data Standards in Action: Webinar on the FREME Framework: FREME is a project that is... https://t.co/pNBlKzWaLe
    2016-02-04 17:09:00 UTC

Events

W3C Workshop
Data, content and services for the Multilingual Web

29 April 2015, Riga, Latvia

New! Report published


2015 Riga Workshop

Workshop Report with slides, video, IRC notes
Program


See reports, slides, video clips, blogs, photos, CFP, etc. for past workshops

i18n Checker Tool

Get information about your web pages and check them for internationalization issues using the i18n Checker.

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Project funding

The LIDER project is funded by the European Commission through the FP7 Grant Agreement No. 610782.

The MultilingualWeb-LT project is funded by the European Commission through the FP7 Grant Agreement No. 287815 (project name LT-Web).

The MultilingualWeb project, April 2010-March 2012, was funded by the European Commission through the ICT PSP Grant Agreement No. 250500, and as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme.

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