Template:Xref_csscanonicalorder

<%

/*
    We plan to expand this in the future with a link and a popup text (And in other languages!) 
    The canonical order is the standard order of values to be used when serializing properties. Most of the time, the grammar allows only one
    single order. In that case a standard sentence is added.
*/

var str = mdn.localString({
    "en-US" : 'Canonical order',
    "ca"    : "Canonical order",
    "cs"    : "Canonical order",
    "de"    : "Kanonische Reihenfolge",
    "el"    : "Canonical order",
    "es"    : "Canonical order",
    "fa"    : "Canonical order",
    "fi"    : "Canonical order",
    "fr"    : "Ordre canonique",
    "he"    : "Canonical order",
    "hr"    : "Canonical order",
    "hu"    : "Canonical order",
    "id"    : "Canonical order",
    "it"    : "Canonical order",
    "ja"    : "正規順序"       ,
    "ka"    : "Canonical order",
    "ko"    : "Canonical order",
    "ms"    : "Canonical order",
    "nl"    : "Canonical order",
    "pl"    : "Canonical order",
    "ro"    : "Canonical order",
    "ru"    : "Canonical order",
    "sq"    : "Canonical order",
    "th"    : "Canonical order",
    "tr"    : "Canonical order",
    "vi"    : "Canonical order",
    "bn-BD" : "Canonical order",
    "fy-NL" : "Canonical order",
    "ga-IE" : "Canonical order",
    "pt-BR" : "Canonical order",
    "pt-PT" : "Canonical order",
    "zh-CN" : "正规顺序",
    "zh-TW" : "Canonical order"
});


%><%- str %>
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