The web is a multilingual and multicultural medium. Many websites and services offered over the web need to cope with users that have diverse language backgrounds. It is common for European websites to deal with four languages or more at a time. Even in countries like the United States, an increasing number of websites with nationwide audiences provide their content in Spanish as well as English.
Internationalization covers more than just adding another content language to a website. Time and dates are formatted differently in different countries, as well as numbers. Web applications need to be aware of the differences. Fortunately, Zope provides an excellent framework for internationalization (
) and localization (
which is the subject of this chapter.
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