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Dear Talal,

As previously discussed in this mailing list, you should know that there
are two kinds of pages in wiki, old ones, which are translated manually,
and new ones, which use an extension to assist the translators.

I have just fixed the {{fa}} and {{ar}} templates, so that they can be used
in manually translated pages. It is great to migrate to the new kind of
pages, but first: it takes time and effort, and second: some of the CSS
there also should be fixed. For example, in RTL pages, the title is not RTL
nor right-aligned, which is wrong. Also, code snippets are shown RTL, which
is not correct.

Currently, the main page is not using the translate extension:


‫‪RIYADH TALAL‬‏ <‪‬‏> در تاریخ شنبه ۳۰ ژانویهٔ ۲۰۲۱
ساعت ۰:۱۶ نوشت:‬

Hello everyone,
I am joining this list after I contacted Hossein who was doing some RTL toc
corrections. He advised me to join to offer my help.

Hello Hossein,

Ok, it seems you did not do something special with the page I was talking
I applied the {{ar}} - {{ar-end}}.


1. Is it important to keep the menu in the arabic page:

It does not resemble the english page, which is neat and visually very much

2. "*There are other places for improvement, which I would appreciate if
you could help me. For example, I want to fix the wrong display of code
inside right-to-left pages. * "

How can I help?


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