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Question about <subject>

Hi again,

I have a question about the use of the <subject> tag. 

I'm using wml to build multi-language versions (currently German and
English) of my web pages, which works great, apart from one effect that I
don't understand.

I would start off a file like this:

#include "template.wml"

<subject "Über uns">
<headline>So erreichen Sie uns</headline>
<subject "About us">
<headline>Contact information</headline>

The subject tag is then used in template.wml in a pretty standard way:


# way to insert the subject 
<define-tag subject> 

# per default we are in body 

The strange result is that the <title> of both resulting html files is in
*both* cases:

<title>Über unsAbout us</title>

(i.e. both <subject> tag values make it into the <title> tag) 

All the other aspects of the language-specific html creation are perfectly

Is this a bug, a feature, or a side-effect? :-)

All the best,

Stephan Petersen                           sp@gtt.lth.rwth-aachen.de

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