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Pattern Group D. Writing and Managing Co... > Store Strings Separately from Code

Store Strings Separately from Code

How flexible for localization a Web site is depends on how well the underlying code is designed to support internationalization. This means that strings of text should be stored as separate resources from site code, to make translation easier and simplify the process when text changes are necessary. A modular approach to page layout will allow for flexibility and substitution of elements. Many commercial localization tools exist to help manage the external assets for sites. However, you need to decide how you intend to manage locale specific assets internally.


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