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Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3/htdocs
Date Thu, 09 Dec 1999 15:56:35 GMT
martin      99/12/09 07:56:35

  Added:       htdocs
  Multiple Language Welcome Page - Czech translation (submitted Sep 1999)
  Submitted by: Honza Jirousek <>
  The author writes:
   couple notes:
   1) My Netscape Communicator 4.6 for Linux lists Czech language under code
   Czech(cs). I'm not sure what standards rule this, but it's quite likely wrong.
   Since the split of Czechoslovakia into two independent countries about 7 years
   ago, cz is an ISO code for Czech and sk for Slovak. Top level DNS domain cs
   (which caused so much trouble to mail users from computer science departments
   in US universities, who used to cut the domain part of local e-mail addreses
   short (e.g.;abc@cs) and were surprised to get messages
   bounced by some Czechoslovakian mail servers) and other uses of the code cs
   should be deprecated by now. I assume, however, that this is of no
   significance to Apache, which handles thye country codes in httpd.conf only.
   2) Note that while Slovak language uses the same character set as Czech and
   while it's a fairly close to Czech, it is not identical and this translation
   will not pass for a Slovak version of the page. Slovak users may likely use
   the language negotiation feature, though, and set the order &quot;sk,cz,en&quot;
   their browsers.
   3) There are two encoding for non-asci Czech characters. Supposed Internet
   standard is iso-8559-2, but most windows browsers use windows-1250 (and thus
   many Czech web pages are also created in this character set). Most browsers
   (on all platforms) can handle both encodings, but have to be told which one to
   use, as no good &quot;default&quot; can be assumed. One way is to configure Apache
   send proper character set in HTTP headers (this has to be set locally based on
   website owner's preference), another is to include the character set in a META
   tag. I think the latter would work better for default welcome page and so I
   did in the page I'm sending.
   Honza Jirousek
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.1                  apache-1.3/htdocs/
    <META NAME="ContentType" CONTENT="text/html; charset=iso-8859-2">
    <TITLE>Testovací stránka instalace web serveru Apache</TITLE>
  <!-- Background white, links blue (unvisited), navy (visited), red (active) -->
     Funguje to! Na tomto serveru běží Apache!
    Pokud vidíte tuto zprávu, správce tohoto počítače právě úspěšně
    nainstaloval <A HREF="">Apache web server</A>.
    Teď ještě musí doplnit obsah a nahradit tuto standardní uvítací
    stránku, nebo přesměrovat server na skutečnou domovskou stránku.
     Pokud vidíte tuto zprávu místo očekávané domovské stránky, 
     <STRONG>kontaktujte, prosím, správce příslušného web
     serveru.</STRONG> (Zkuste poslat e-mail na adresu
     Přestože tento server používá program Apache, téměř jistě nemá nic
     společného s Apache Group, proto prosím neposílejte e-maily o tomto
     serveru nebo jeho obsahu autorům Apache. Pokud to uděláte, budeme
     vaše zprávy <STRONG><BIG>ignorovat</BIG></STRONG>.
    Zde najdete
    Apache (anglicky) obsaženou v této distribuci.
    Následující logo může být použito bez omezení na web serveru s
    programem Apache. Děkujeme za použití Apache!
     <IMG SRC="apache_pb.gif" ALT="">

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