Most web pages are HTML documents. HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. It was the first mainstream markup standard that coded elements like '<title>Document Import Settings</title>'.

memoQ can import any HTML documents, including those that contain scripts, and any of the HTML versions known at the time of writing. memoQ even supports the HTML 5 format.

memoQ works with PHP, too: Use this HTML filter to translate PHP scripts or pages with PHP scripts.

How to get here

1.Start importing a HTML document.

2.In the Document import options window, select the HTML documents, and click Change filter and configuration.

3.The Document import settings window appears. From the Filter drop-down list, choose HTML filter.


What can you do?

Tell memoQ how to import parts of the document

Set the encoding of the imported and the exported file

Exclude parts of the HTML document

Don't import markup as memoQ {tags}: memoQ has an old HTML filter that was written before inline tags were introduced. This filter is only there for compatibility. Don't use it in new projects. Don't click Import markup as memoQ {tags}.

Import or ignore text in PHP scripts in HTML documents

The 'translatable' attribute in HTML 5, and the language of the documents

When you finish

To confirm the settings, and return to the Document import options window: Click OK.

To return the Document import options window, and not change the filter settings: Click Cancel.

If this is a cascading filter, you can change the settings of another filter in the chain: Click the name of the filter at the top of the window.

In the Document import options window: Click OK again to start importing the documents.