I own TextArea Rich, a WYSIWYG editor which we've just released a free version of... we now want to make it multiple languages, but dont want to use PHP or any other server side scripting language.
Is there a good way to have language files included in pages? My initial thoughts would be to have a list of variables which is included in the HTML page, eg: "lang_en.js" (english)
This looks like it'd be a very long process though. Could these variables then be used in all the window popups? Or would I need to include the language file each time? Or should I have a language file for each actual file in the folder.... this would take a long time to do though.
var pop_url_intro = "this is the url editor";
var pop_url_href = "Please enter the url";
var pop_url_target = "Target";
var tooltip_bold = "Bold";
var tooltip_insert_table = "Insert Table";
var menu_option_table_add_row = "Add Row";
It's ideas and suggestions I'm after at this stage....I dont want to go coding away to find that it's the wrong thing to do!!
thanks very much.
www.textarearich.com/demo.php if you want to see what I am on about!