On Sun, 2009-11-08 at 22:04 -0800, leledumbo wrote:

> I need to create a multilingual website and my framework already gives me
> that facility. However, I also use JavaScript quite extensively and since
> XHTML 1.0 Strict doesn't allow inline script, I must use external .js file.
> The problem is in these scripts, there are strings that needs to be
> translated as well. How can I make PHP parse these scripts as well? Or are
> there alternative approaches?
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You could either use several different Javascript files to hold the
language translations and just those as variables, and then in the main
Javascript use the variables rather than the actual words. Or you could
store all the translations into a Javascript array and refer to the
specific array element you need to output


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