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English Nederlands

This is the English text. This function is not yet completely as I want it to be, but with these buttons you can show or hide the language you want. Now to decide whether to write in two languages or not.
Dit is Nederlandse tekst. Deze functie werkt nog niet helemaal zoals ik zou willen, maar met deze knoppen kun je de taal die je wilt tonen of verbergen. Nu nog beslissen of ik m'n blog in twee talen wil schrijven of niet. Zijn er Nederlandse lezers die dit leuk zouden vinden?

Comments

  1. You're good! I'll have to ask you how you get that.

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  2. Very cool!! I just want to get a new header for my blog and here you are going all bilingual and stuff!

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  3. I like this bilingual thing you have goin' on! Is this a blogger feature that anyone can use?

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  4. works great in my RSS feed reader, too. I see the English text in black, then the Dutch below it in purple. I think that it'd please speakers of either language.

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  5. Wat leuk hoe je je blog met keuze tweetalig maakt.
    Mijn engels is goed genoeg om het ook in het engels te kunnen volgen dus voor mij maakt het niet uit wat je beslissing word :)
    Mijn eigen blog had ik een tijdje tweetalig, maar vond het wel veel werk.
    Doordat ik begon op te zien tegen het schrijven in m'n blog heb ik uiteindelijk besloten het in maar bij 1 taal te houden. En aangezien mijn meeste lezers Nederlands zijn werd dat de taal :)

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  6. This is quite cool! Is this a new blogger feature?

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