The French Language Nominee Website Buttons Have Finally Made Their Appearance

I have not been shy about the fact that my spoken and written French are sorely lacking despite my excellent high school grades in the subject, so I was thrilled when Lynne Faubert stepped forward to offer her English-French translation services for our static pages. Thanks again, Lynne!

One thing I put off for a bit, though, was creating Canadian Weblog Awards buttons in French, because it takes a good chunk of time to recreate 38 buttons and work up 38 strings of code that you can copy and paste to your weblogs. Jean-Robert of Mesure et demesure gave me the nudge I needed to get moving the other day when he asked me if I had website buttons in French for him to use, and I got to work right away. Now Jean-Robert and everyone else, English or French, can show off their nomination into the 2010 Canadian Weblog Awards!

2010 Canadian Weblog Awards Nominee  2010 Canadian Weblog Awards Nominee

So, if you've been waiting for French language buttons to make an appearance, or if you've yet to add buttons announcing your nomination, grab a 2010 Canadian Weblog Awards button. Simply copy and paste the code that follows the button you want and paste it into your template or into an individual weblog entry.

Enjoy!

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Elan Morgan

Elan Morgan is a writer and web designer who works from Elan.Works, a designer and editor at GenderAvenger, and a speaker who has spoken across North America. They have been seen in the Globe & Mail, Best Health, Woman's Day, and Flow magazines, TEDxRegina, and on CBC News and Radio. They believe in and work to grow both personal and professional quality, genuine community, and meaningful content online.