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This section of the style guide is for you to author. The content here should be what you and your localization team have decided, together, to follow when localizing Mozilla products and web sites. You are free to add, edit, remove, and localize everything in this section according to how the localization team for your language agrees. All we ask is that you name this page according to this example, "Mozilla Content in Spanish (es-MX)" and add your locale code tag at the bottom. Enjoy developing your style guide!
Your language's style guide
- Calendar view: which date is considered the first day of the week, Sunday or Monday? Is Lunar calendar observed? Other regional calendar observed?
- Time Format
- How is time expressed in your language? including 0-24 hr expression, hour, minute and second.
- Example: 1.23 (decimal separator) or 1,000 (thousand separator) using comma or period.
- If translated, is there an equavilent acronym and widely accepted in the language?
- Here. Additional discussions can be found
- How should emphasis be made in your language?
- Character styles
- How are bold, italics, underlines, etc. used to express certain concepts in your language? If these are not applicable styles, what are some of the corresponding ways to express, emphasis or highlight some of the texts.
- Address Format
- What is the format in your language?
- ex: most Asian countries start from big to small: [Country] [postal code][state/province][city][district][street number and name][building and suite numbers][addressee]
- Countries of European languages start from small to big: [addressee][street number and name][building and suite numbers][district][city][state/province][postal code][Country]
- Name Convention
- What are the order of family name and given name in your language. Here is the guideline on the naming convention from w3c.org:
- New Terminology
- What is your localization team's process for identifying and creating new terminology?
- Currency and symbol. What are other widely used currency and symbols used in your country/language for paid apps.