mykeblack - 4:34 pm on Mar 10, 2006 (gmt 0) [edited by: ThomasB at 5:38 pm (utc) on Mar. 10, 2006]
Hi, one thing you might want to consider is translating your site from american english to international english for the UK market. Its not something that a lot of american sites consider IME, but on my site for example, www.example.com, we have multi currency for international customers, but are now considering making an american version of the site - partly because of the differences in the words 'colour' and 'color' but also other clothing-specific factors like shoe sizes and dress sizing differences. Its not enough just to convert your text into the localised (or localized) version, you also need to consider how other things you might need to change. If you are selling widgets that include weights or sizes in the descriptions, then a lot of british folk still use the imperial system (feet, inches, pounds and ounces etc) and most europeans use the metric system.
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[edited by: ThomasB at 5:38 pm (utc) on Mar. 10, 2006]