From: Behnam (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 29 2008 - 13:07:02 CDT
On 29-May-08, at 11:32 AM, Phillips, Addison wrote:
> Language identification can be applied at many levels to a
> document. It can certainly be applied to a string of characters. It
> can also be usefully applied to sentences, paragraphs, chapters,
> sections, entire documents, and even collections of documents. (And
> a document need not be written--sound recordings, for example,
> often use language).
> There are at least two types of language identification (see ).
> For the kind you mean here, language identification can work at any
> appropriate level of granularity. This email, for example, is
> entirely in English. This is no point to marking up every single
> sentence, line, word, or character with a language tag when the
> Content-Language header for the whole thing does the job nicely.
> Certainly a span of text can be in another language and should be
> appropriately tagged. But over-tagging increases complexity and
> burns bandwidth/storage to no good effect. Or, as we say in
> language tagging land, "Tag Content Wisely".
> Best Regards,
>  http://www.w3.org/TR/i18n-html-tech-lang/
Yes Addison thanks. This is what initially Ken Whistler pointed out.
Exporting the document to html seems to be the best available option.
I'll work on it.
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