New ICanLocalize Developers Site

November 7th, 2008 Amir

Our WordPress and Drupal integrations are getting ready for commercial deployment. We’ve stated a new developers website just for that.


Most modern websites are not build with static HTML pages, but using content management systems. Two of the most powerful and popular systems are Drupal and WordPress. For the last few months, we’ve been working on complete integration with these two systems. This will let people run multi-lingual websites with no additional work. A simple one time setup will be all that’s needed to run complete multi-lingual websites

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Spanish Variant to Choose for Website Translation

November 5th, 2008 Amir

Spanish is spoken differently around the world. Which Spanish variant should you choose when translating your website?

No widely spoken language is spoken the same everywhere, US and UK English, French and, to a larger extent, Spanish. Each region it is spoken in adds their own flavour to it, changing accents, meanings of words and grammatical constructions.

This results is what may sometimes seem like a completely new language. Volado – Spanish past perfect of fly. Are you sure? In Columbia it means angry, in El Salvador it is an object. So how do we request a translation and ensure the document will be easily read by Spanish speakers from so many different parts of the world?

There is no correct or better Spanish; we simply try to use a Spanish which is comprehensible to all, despite what is spoken in a particular region day to day. Man rather than lad, guy, dude or bro. This concept of a standard Spanish variation has not surprisingly been named “Neutral Spanish”.
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