Kent, You should negotiate with client browser preferences, pre-sense their language preferences, and automatically serve the proper file with the correct language-type content. Here are some solutions based on Web server type: On IIS: www.pagexchanger.com http://www.port80software.com/products/pagexchanger/faq#question11 On Apache: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_negotiation.html If you would like some help getting started, let me know. Best, Chris :::::::::: :::::::::: Chris Neppes Port80 Software, Inc. www.port80software.com 5252 Balboa Ave., Ste. 605 San Diego, CA 92117 cneppes at port80software.com 858.268.7960 voice 619.733.7484 cell 858.268.7760 fax Web server modules for Microsoft IIS. security. performance. user experience.