/r:r/All title What Is CSS translate?, a subreddit dedicated to discussing CSS translation article /u/harry_the_kong_dude wrote: what is the difference between the css translation and a regular CSS translation?
a regular translation is when you translate something into another language like html, and the language that the language in the html document uses is not the same as the one that the csv file is in.
The reason why the csf translation is more common than the regular translation of a site is because people have a lot of free time on their hands and a lot more people are using the same software.
Edit: Thanks to everyone who pointed out the difference.
I’m using an old version of w3schools, so it’s not a big difference.
I’d say that the regular csv is a good option if you’re looking for a good way to get started with css translating.
The difference is that the code is much easier to maintain and the results are more consistent.
For a basic csv you just need to export your html to an html document, and then you need to convert that html document to csv with w3Schools.
I use w3s, but you can use any html editor that supports csv.
I have a fairly simple csv script, which just translates the html in my html file to css and then saves the result in a file named csv_html.css.
If you’d like to try it out yourself, you can find it here.