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Translating the Export to Web module

sample Web Page Maker window

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The Export to Web module Export To Web button, part of the Jmol application, consists of

  • an interface (a window entitled Jmol Web Page Maker that opens separate from the main app window and can be operated in parallel),
  • a help window,
  • a set of internal templates that will be used to generate the user's web pages.

All of them need translation, with a different procedure.

Translating the interface

Introduction panel of Web Page Maker
Help window of Web Page Maker

The Jmol Web Page Maker window contains several texts that are translated in the same way as the rest of the application (that is, either online through Launchpad web site, or offline by editing the File icon.gifLANG.po files on your computer; see Translating the application/applet).

Translating the instructions

The introduction panel (a tab inside the Jmol Web Page Maker interface) and the help/instructions panels (opened in a separate window) are built from html files.

These files are in org/openscience/jmol/app/webexport/html/
Currently:
File icon.gifInstalling_Applet.html
File icon.gifPath_to_Applet.html
File icon.gifpop_in_instructions.html
File icon.gifscript_button_instructions.html
File icon.gifTesting_Pages_Locally.html
File icon.gifWebExportIntro.html

You must duplicate those original English files and rename them according to your language, then translate their content using a text or html editor. See Translating html files.

Translating the web page templates

Translating the html files

The templates are composed of several html files.

These files are in org/openscience/jmol/app/webexport/html/
Currently:
File icon.gifpop_in_template.html
File icon.gifpop_in_template2.html
File icon.gifscript_button_template.html
File icon.gifscript_button_template2.html

You must duplicate those original English files and rename them according to your language, then translate their content using a text or html editor. See Translating html files.

Translating some terms showing in the final web pages

Some text strings are shown in the final web pages but are not included in the html template files themselves. Instead, they are included in the File icon.gifLANG.po files (the same as text for the interface is). So, you translate them together with all the application terms.

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