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I need to figure out whether I use the html in Magento 2 translation dictionaries For example I have this translation dictionaries file in which there are many relevant messages

\vendor\magento\module-advanced-checkout\i18n\en_US.csv

For instance if I want to use some html like let say I want to bold some word in the predefined message. Can I use the html translation dictionaries file if yes then how I use it and if no then tell me the other way to do html related changes to translation dictionaries messages?

I already use some of the Html tags in translation dictionaries file but it's not working

Any help, experience and knowledge sharing would be appreciated.

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I think it is not possible because translation dictionary is not intended for Hypertext Markup formatting. As translation dictionary is a comma separated value (.csv) file used only to localize Magento storefronts.
So there is no way to use it to for text element formatting.

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    Thanks for your answer but it is not as simple as you think. if that is the case then how do anchor tag use in this translation file like <a href=""%1"">click here</a> ? check magento 2 core file \vendor\magento\module-advanced-checkout\i18n\en_US.csv for reference. – Muhammad Hasham Apr 9 '19 at 5:50
  • sorry mate can't check it right now I'm only using mobile. but I think they are generated because they are as theme strings – fmsthird Apr 9 '19 at 6:04
  • can you check from here devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.3/frontend-dev-guide/translations/… – fmsthird Apr 9 '19 at 6:06
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    I already checked this, this is for how we can use theme strings in phtml file. I still feel there is way to do some html related changes to translation dictionaries messages whether you made changes in csv or other way – Muhammad Hasham Apr 9 '19 at 6:09
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    That is not completely what I looking for. I need a way to do html related changes to translation related message because some of the tutorial suggested me to made changes in csv file. if you said it is not possible I can accept your claim because I don't have much research on this one but tell me other way to do html related changes to translation dictionaries messages (as I mentioned in my question). Still for your effort. +1 – Muhammad Hasham Apr 9 '19 at 6:23

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