The current MS Backstage article is also on globalisation and localisation issues: http://www.microsoft.com/backstage/bkst_column_47.mspx Cheers Ken ----- Original Message ----- From: "Julian Rickards" <julian at jrickards.ca> Subject: Re: [thelist] Website in Multiple Languages : It is funny that you should ask this because Adrian Roselli talked about : his company's challenges with Internationalization, Localization and : Translation at the TOevolt.org (http://toevolt.org) conference in : September. You might want to have a look at his notes from the : discussion and perhaps contact him. : : Jules : : Bob Haroche wrote: : : >I'm coming on board to help with an approx 50 page English language : >site, currently all static HTML. The client plans to offer Spanish : >versions of some, possibly all, of the pages. Creating duplicates of : >each page is possible but not very attractive sounding. : > : >As a general matter, what methods are used to present content in : >multiple languages? I was thinking some sort of CMS where the data is : >stored in a db and translated "on the fly" into the appropriate : >language -- but I'm new to this area. : > : >The site will be on a shared windows/iis server with : >ColdFusion/ASP/Perl and Access/MySQL/SQL capability. : > : >Thanks.