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How to translate
Access the page Special:PageTranslation to check which articles are marked for translations. Not all articles in the wiki are marked for translation, but if you want to translate a specific page that is not listed, request it in Nonbinary Wiki:Translations/requests. A translation admin will take a look at the request and probably accept it.
To translate a page, click on the small Translate this page link that is displayed at the very top of the article content. This will take you to the translation interface:
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Choose the Untranslated tab (or the Outdated one if you want to update old translations). Click on each segment and translate it to your chosen language in the text box! You can optionally add edit summaries to each translation in case you feel the need of clarifying a specific choice of words, but you don't need to. If a segment doesn't need translating, click on the Paste source text button —if you leave the box empty, it will display as incomplete.
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Careful with wikitext syntax. The translation interface uses the code editor, meaning that you are likely to see formatting tags. These include [[square brackes]] (internal links), ''double'' or '''triple''' apostrophes (italics and bold text), <ref>references</ref>, and others. As a general rule, you can translate italics and bold text, but not page title in links. Look at the advanced section below for more details.
If you don't know the translation of a segment, you can skip! However, avoid translating only part of a segment; treat them as inseparable units —you either translate it all, or you don't translate it at all. Remember that all translations need to be reviewed by another user before being displayed publicly, but as soon as it goes through a review, they will be published immediately.
|Advanced wikitext translation tips (click to expand)|
You don't need to read this section in order to translate! This is only for those who feel confident in their wiki-editing skills and want to improve the quality of their translations (as well as making them easier to review).
Wikitext is the markup language that we use to edit wiki pages. It's pretty easy to understand but at the same time provides a lot of flexibility. This section explains how to deal with the most common wikitext tags.
How to review translations
The translation of a page will not be public until another user has reviewed it, but reviewing is a quick process (assuming that the translation is good) so don't worry! Before getting started, make sure that you have create an account and are logged-in, as only registered users can review translations.
To get started, go to the page you want to review and click on the small Translate this page link, which will appear at the very top of the page content. You will access this interface:
Click the Translated tab to see all segments of the page that have already been translated.
Information for translation admins
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If you are short on time...
Not everyone has the time to commit to a big project such as this one. If that's your case, here are some things you can do to help us anyway!