Everything you need to know about working with HTML files and how to handle them in Phrase.
HTML is used in a lot of contexts. While web development moved away from static HTML files, HTML content is still present, e.g. in the form of emails. In Phrase you can upload your HTML files, translate them through our Translation editor, and put them back together based on the originally uploaded file.
|Description||Takes the document ID of the existing HTML documents in your project the export should be based on.|
Uploading HTML documents
Uploading HTML documents to Phrase is as easy as uploading any other file format, just navigate to More -> Upload file in your project.
Preview HTML documents before import
After you hit Import you will land on a preview, where you can view the strings we automatically extracted from your file. If you don't mind key names or working with keys in the case of translating html documents, you can just click Continue to be redirected to the Translation Editor immediately and use the unique ID we generated for this. However, this is a good opportunity to either search for existing keys and connect them (see This is a key name) or create new custom key names.
During the process you can review the structure of your source file instead. Just click Show source file to do so.
By clicking on Edit Key you can open the key settings to configure it further, e.g. by adding tags or a character limit to it.
Translate HTML documents
Once you have uploaded your file you can translate your document in the Translation Editor, where you will find the keys you created during the upload process.
They appear in the order according to the file you've just uploaded, to give you the context you need.
You can also use the Oldest first / Newest first filter in the Translation Editor to have your HTML content appear in the right order that gives you the possibility to basically read through your document from top to bottom.
Oldest first: Since Phrase processes an HTML document top to bottom, this filter puts the keys that were processed first on top.
Newest first: This filter will basically turn your document upside down, in case you want to tackle the bottom part of your document first.
Download translated HTML documents
When you finished translating , you can of course download your translated HTML document. Go to the Languages tab in your project and use the Download button on your desired language. There you have to select the format (HTML) and subsequently the document you wish your download to be based on.
Or go to the Documents section (More -> Documents) click on Download next to a specific file and simply select the language.
Will my paragraphs be split up during the upload?
All HTML tags will also be taken into the Translation Editor, which allows us to recognize your paragraphs much more accurate.