Why convert PDF magazines to HTML5? – Part 4. Make it easy for foreign readers

If you are a Russian/French/Chinese (or even American!) reader of this blog, the chances are that you are reading this not in the original English but in a fairly good translation into your own language. When I open foreign pages in Google Chrome it gives me the option to translate the pages into my own language.

I am generally pretty impressed with the job it does. Google has spent a great deal of money on this technology and continues to evolve. I think that one of the reasons for the popularity of web-based based is this ability to get it translated into any language instantly by Chrome (and the quality is steadily improving).

So if you are creating content and making it available in your language. You have the following options:-

1. Ignore the problem.

2. Manually produce several different language versions.

3. Let the experts solve the problem and make it universally available for free.

Which option would you prefer to use???

Why not try some sample copies with our free online PDF to HTML5 converter (which gives you the HTML5 version to put on your own website)?

This article is part of a series where we talk about the advantages of publishing your PDF magazines online as HTML5. Click here to visit the index and see more advantages.

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Mark Stephens

System Architect and Lead Developer at IDRSolutions
Mark Stephens has been working with Java and PDF since 1999 and has diversified into HTML5, SVG and JavaFX. He also enjoys speaking at conferences and has been a Speaker at user groups, Business of Software, Seybold and JavaOne conferences. He has a very dry sense of humor and an MA in Medieval History for which he has not yet found a practical use.
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About Mark Stephens

Mark Stephens has been working with Java and PDF since 1999 and has diversified into HTML5, SVG and JavaFX.

He also enjoys speaking at conferences and has been a Speaker at user groups, Business of Software, Seybold and JavaOne conferences. He has a very dry sense of humor and an MA in Medieval History for which he has not yet found a practical use.

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