Change log for the W3C Internationalization (i18n) Checker

This page documents changes to the checker. The page Internationalization Checker reports lists all checks made, with the report messages and links to tests. New and updated checks listed below link to that page for details.

Please let us know about bugs and missing features using the feedback form. Detailed change logs can be found in the GitHub commit list.

Version 2.0.3

Version 2.0.3 of the checker moves away from checking against particular specifications to checking how a page will work in a browser. For the most part, it assumes that pages will be parsed using an HTML5 compliant parser. Pages served as application/xhtml+xml have some significant differences with regards to character encoding and language declarations, however, and these are taken into account if the checker detects that the page being checked is served as XML.

The following new checks were added. Follow the links for details.

The descriptive text was updated for the following check results, mostly to incorporate new recommendations post HTML5, or to accommodate the change in focus mentioned above.

New rows were added to the information table:

This software is licensed under the terms of the W3C Software and Document Notice and License. The source code is available on GitHub.