Firefox Landing page pt-BR in for marketing program



11 years ago
6 years ago


(Reporter: mgalli, Assigned: mgalli)


Firefox Tracking Flags

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(2 attachments)



11 years ago
This is a tracking bug to a project Alix invited me to support marketing Brazil campaign on the Web. I am pasting some info from Alix, and Wil Clouser ( helping us from the Web site process front .)

Project background: 

* David would like to run a test ad campaign in Brazil as soon as
possible. A landing page for users with Download information, and possibly minimal extra information.

* We are going to use a template from this


* Also reference work is a pt-PT page: 


A residual goal: 
* The process is the same of the In Product pages and should be similar to the process we are going to use in the upcoming in pt-BR project. 

Wanted to get a review endorsement from Fernando ( he works in in product help pages ). So wanted this bug to be public.


11 years ago
Assignee: pkim → mgalli
Assignee: mgalli → nobody
Component: General →
Product: Marketing → Websites
QA Contact: chofmann → www-mozilla-com
Hardware: PC → All

Comment 1

11 years ago
Thanks reed. 


Extra links and info to be in the page
* Link to Abril info prize 
* Link to AMO pt-BR ( extensions ) 
* Can we put some links to news too? 

Assignee: nobody → mgalli


11 years ago

Comment 2

11 years ago


* Two top links to mozdev pages ( Features, and Extensions ) 
* Image and link on the right points to Abril Info Prize page 
* Kept the 3-iomages en-US general prizes information; 

Comment 3

11 years ago
Created attachment 305815 [details]
Candidate 1

Thanks Wil!. 
* Header and Footer not yet visited. 
* Subject to pt-BR formal language review 
* So far using br.moz dev [1] Features and [2] Extensions link
is there a reason to use javascript to generate the download box instead of php?

Comment 5

11 years ago
Good point and question. I think considering a Download page we gotta be super simple, compliance with all the browsers, including lynx :) Pascal, do you see this problem also in the en-US one? I cloned the file from there. 
on frontpage we use javascript to detect the visitor's language and propose him a download box for his locale. On the page you are creating, we are targeting a specific locale, thus you could use the same php code we use on The advantage is that it would be updated automatically with each minor release. The code would be :

echo $firefoxDetails->getDownloadBlockForLocale('pt-BR', array('ancillary_links' => true)); 

Comment 7

11 years ago
If we go with this, we might as well use the entire PHP block you have defined in mozilla-europe style: 

 <?php echo $firefoxDetails->getDownloadBlockForLocale('pt-BR', array('ancillary_links' => false)); ?> 
        <div class="download-other"><span class="other"><a class="ancilliaryLink" href="system-requirements/"><?php echo ___('System Requirements') ?></a> | <a class="ancilliaryLink" href="<?php $firefox[LANG]->printReleaseNotesURL(); ?>"><?php echo ___('Release Notes') ?></a> <br/><a class="ancilliaryLink" href="<?php echo LANG; ?>"><?php echo ___('Other operating systems'); ?></a></span></div>

But then I see this ___('key') function refers probably to a string def file right?
I wouldn't copy the rest of the code since there is some mozilla-europe specific stuff there. Setting 'ancillary_links' to true should work for you and generate the extra links.

Comment 9

11 years ago
but then how would I translate the extra links? 

Maybe I should keep the ancilliary to false, and have the extra links ( they do have pt-BR notes ) via JS? 

(In reply to comment #9)
> but then how would I translate the extra links? 

You'll have to update that file I emailed you about:

I changed the page so it uses the PHP style of links.

Comment 11

11 years ago
Looking great guys.  The Cnet, webware, and pc magazine awards should probably be removed (as those are US centric).

Comment 12

11 years ago
k. removed the banner awards from the page. 

Comment 13

11 years ago
Looking good -- is there a reason why we don't mention security as one of the bullets like the other firefox download pages?  RIght now only the customization and features blurbs are mentioned.

Comment 14

11 years ago
Fixed with the top header link updates, ancillary links, and fixes based on Jeferson's e-mail. The missing part is Download Free english wording I could not find yet how to translate this. 

==== Review / product quality compliance wording from Jeferson Hultmann ==== 


é este aqui, certo?

faltou um acento em "caracteristicas". ;-)

Este trecho poderia ser redigido para eliminar um "Firefox".
"...incrementar o Firefox. É fácil personalizar o Firefox."



Comment 15

11 years ago
Checked in the fix to [Download - Free]. We are ready for tests. Some notes, please review: 

* Top links goes to english locations
* Center page links goes to moz br current pt-BR documentation
* MIssing security page in pt-BR -- if you know of some page summary on security please inform. 

If these are minor, then I would say go for it, as in QA time. 

Comment 16

11 years ago
Sending over to QA --

Stephen/Pascal -- how does this page look?

One thing I noticed is that in the download button text, it seems like it's indicating that this is for Portuguese Europe.
(In reply to comment #16)
> Sending over to QA --
> Stephen/Pascal -- how does this page look?
> One thing I noticed is that in the download button text, it seems like it's
> indicating that this is for Portuguese Europe.

Probably to differentiate it between the Portuguese spoken in Brazil, I'm assuming.  I'll take a look at this page a little later today (doing Firefox 3 beta 4 stuff atm).

Comment 18

11 years ago
Sorry, I had the wrong url here (thanks Alix) -- should be:
Looking good to me; I tested:

* page validation
* downloads in Opera 9.24, Internet Explorer 6/7, Safari 2.04/3.04 (Mac/Windows, respectively)
* links

Does that cover it, pretty much?

Comment 20

11 years ago
Created attachment 308641 [details]
Screenshot with #C19 tested version

A screenshot so folks outside intranet can check.

Comment 21

11 years ago

Review from Jeferson, this is a reminder for me. 


Licensiamento => Licenciamento


Comment 22

11 years ago
Checked in Jeferson's fix. This is safe not needed to reQA because of this item. 

Comment 23

11 years ago
Work for the products / download . html page . We are doing this one because we want to have a nice feedback place and space for Urchin trackability. 

* Checked in the products directory
* Checked in the download page from the en-US
* Removed the section with OS detection and image delivery ( based on
your recommendation )
* Removed the thunderbird stuff codes and static HTML
* When I removed the big " Thanks image" and replaced with a text,
became too minimal I guess, so I added a Firefox 2 image next to the "
thanks "  and adjusts to margin, moved this 1-bit Firefox 2 image to
the bottom a bit so the crisp edges are sort of over the white

A review is welcome, some key parts I see missing:

[1] Changes to the firefox/index.html so that it links to this download page
[2] Find where us to put Urchin code


Direct test ( while [1] is not fixed ) :

> [1] Changes to the firefox/index.html so that it links to this download page

Done and committed.

Comment 25

11 years ago
Checked in fix, removed the urchin unneeded line. 


Comment 26

11 years ago
Made the pt-BR 1,2,3,4 texts less strict with no associations with Windows,Linux,Mac UI buttons, instead used verbs. 

Comment 27

11 years ago
Looks great -- is there any additional QA that needs to be done on this page?  I think we're about ready to push to production.

Comment 28

11 years ago
OK, ready to push to production.  Looking for J-Slater approval.

Comment 29

11 years ago
Page is live:
Last Resolved: 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED

Comment 31

11 years ago
Wil, can we repush this page? Got the following feedback from Chofmann - it was my mistake. Turns out Fernando fixed this about 5 weeks ago. So I am using this opportunity and also fixed the AMO link on the page to point to the AMO pt-BR site.

Dear friends,
There is a mistake in portuguese version on page:
Personalise is written with "z". So the correct is "Personalize seu navegador".
If you have a translator job offer I'd like to work for you.
Thank you very much.
My best regards,


Resolution: FIXED → ---
This is pushed.  Should be live within an hour.
Last Resolved: 11 years ago11 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Verified FIXED:

<div class="corner-box">
  <h3><a href="">Personalize seu Navegador</a></h3>
  <p>Saiba mais sobre Complementos que permitem facilmente incrementar e personalizar o Firefox. </p>
I converted the download box on the front page from JavaScript to PHP so the button only offers pt-BR downloads now.  sgarrity fixed a CSS issue and it's looking good again.

Comment 35

11 years ago
Awesome, thanks guys.
Component: →
Product: Websites → Websites
Component: → General
Product: Websites →
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