petercon at microsoft.com
Sun Jul 28 23:00:24 CEST 2013
Can anyone explain why it is that Wikipedia is tagging Simplified Chinese content as simply ¡°zh¡±?
There are exceptions where ¡°zh-Hans¡± or ¡°zh-Hant¡± are used. E.g., this sidebar in the English-language article on ¡°Chinese language¡± (here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_language):
Chinese languages (Spoken)
But pages that are in Simplified Chinese (at least, all in the small sample I looked at) have in their html tag,
That¡¯s not good practice and will lead to users encountering buggy behaviour (e.g., content being displayed using the wrong fonts).
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