Need some translation help please?

@icyorchid (2564)
United States
April 16, 2008 4:22pm CST
I downloaded this layout for my blog, but I can't make out what language it is in. I would like to change some of it, but don't know what I am changing. lol Here's the link http://blogy-gossipcity.blogspot.com/ I can put it in http://babelfish.altavista.com/ for the translations, I just need to know what language it is in first. Thanks so much for the help ~Icy~
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@sedel1027 (17855)
• United States
16 Apr 08
That is filler that web people use for a place holder. You can delete all of the wording and enter your own. All the coding should be in english.
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@icyorchid (2564)
• United States
16 Apr 08
I know the filler, I was wondering what is written at the top. Thanks for the help though, I guess I can change it to what I want. Oh and I did the redirect and when I go to my site, my site appears not my blog :( I don't understand what I did wrong :(
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@sedel1027 (17855)
• United States
17 Apr 08
What coding did you use?
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@icyorchid (2564)
• United States
17 Apr 08
My domain is with yahoo and I found this so am I did it. Forward Your Domain Name Want to point your domain to an existing web site? If visitors attempt to go to your domain, forwarding automatically diverts them to another address (URL) that you specify. This is on yahoo small business. Thanks ~Icy~
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@wickedangel (1636)
• Dominican Republic
20 Apr 08
It could be Basque Spanish not Castellan Spanish. Not sure if you have had any other help with this. Good luck icy.
@ltmoon (1008)
• United States
7 May 08
It's not Basque, which is called Euskara in its native tongue. Euskara is not a Romance/Latin-based language like Spanish or Portuguese (or French, Italian, Romanian, or Romansch). Both the Basque people and their unique Euskara language's origins are lost in time, but most scholars attribute them an isolation of Celtic origin.
@ltmoon (1008)
• United States
7 May 08
It appears to be a variant of Latin, might be an old regional Italian dialect. Bablefish won't be much help either way. I applied a Latin translator to one of the blog entries and got a very minimal translation, maybe one third or only one fourth of the words translated. Curiously, the blog page has references to Spanish language sites and Mexico. So this might be a combination of Latin-based/Romance languages. In Mexico there is a community of immigrants that originated from the area surrounding Venice and Verona Italy. They speak a form of an ancient Italian/Latin dialect called "Vèneto" or Venetian which is neither Standard Italian nor Latin. Also there is a small Mexican community of Romani - Gypsies - who speak of course "Romani" which is another Latin-based variation co-mingled with elements of eastern European languages such as Magyar (Hungarian), Slovak, and Hindi from India. Beyond what language the blog is written in, if you downloaded the template, you should be able to open it in an html editor. The actual code should be in html English and you can change the "strange" language in between the html tags to English or any other language you prefer.