If you would like to translate the grammar pages into your own language, you can edit (translate) pages directly with the integrated pwmwiki system.
The PmWiki system makes the task of translating the pages quite easy, that is, from a technical point of view. It is a complex and comprehensive system of which you only need to know a few basics to get started.
To edit pages in PmWiki, you do not need to be familiar with html as the system is designed to make you produce html pages in a very simple encoding language.
As a translator, you do not even have to insert code yourself, you only have to edit text. However, you will come across code elements that you are supposed to leave intact. At first, this may seem a bit overwhelming but you will soon get used to those elements that show up between the text you have to work in.
I have made an attempt to give an overview of only those things that you need to know to work with the system. This has the form of a step-by-step manual with screenshots, which you can start by following the links in the menubar on the right side of your screen.
Some of you may feel like a 'vis in het water' with internet applications like these, others may be a bit more insecure.
If you ever feel lost or if you come across sections that you really prefer not to touch, just drop me an e-mail. I can fix any code that you perhaps messed up (which really is not such a problem) or insert translations on pages that you find too complicated to edit.
Should you ever mess up the code, don't worry! For every page that you edit, backups are made.
Sandbox test pages
While going through the manual, you can start experimenting a bit on the Sandbox test pages. You can use the PmWiki Sandbox or, if you already have an editor's password for dutchgrammar.com, you can use the sandbox on this site. You can access the sandbox from the translators panel after you logged in.