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HTML options

Use this sheet to specify HTML options. Possible values are:

Value Description
Clean syntax If checked, Soluling cleans the syntax of HTML-code during the build process.
For example, if you have an attribute without quotes, Soluling adds quotes.
An example
<h1 align=left>
becomes to
<h1 align="left">
Copy all files  
Copy images If checked, Soluling copies original image files to the localized directories.
Keep text format If checked, Soluling preserves spaces and line breaks. Otherwise, all leading and trailing spaces and all line breaks will be removed from the scanned text.
Modify content language If checked, the following two lines will be added to head-section:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="de">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
If the section already contains them Soluling updates the content attributes.
Scan client scripts If checked, Soluling scans client-side scripts (e.g., JavaScript).
Scan server scripts If checked, Soluling scans server-side scripts (e.g., ASP, JSP, and PHP scripts).
Scan images If checked, Soluling scans images used by the HTML files making it possible to replace them in localized pages.
Update dir attribute of the body tag If checked, Soluling adds the following attribute when creating Middle Eastern HTML files:
<body dir="rtl">
If the attribute already exists, Soluling updates the value of the attribute.
Update image sizes If checked, Soluling updates the image size attributes to match the localized image (if any) when writing localized HTML files.
Update image style sizes

If checked, Soluling updates the image size values in style attributes to match the localized image (if any) when writing localized HTML files.
For example, if the size of the original image is 100x100 but the translated image is 110x110 then original vallue
style="width:100px; height:100px;"
becomes to
style="width:110px; height:110px;"

Use byte order mark (BOM) If checked, Soluling will add a byte order mark to all Unicode encoded HTML files it creates.
Use only the same entities as in the original text  

Note! Depending on the source type, you have some of the options may not be present.