Is there a standard way for a user to inform a website about which localized version of the website they prefer. Example: A German user is on vacation in Italy and would like to continue to receive the German versions of websites they browse on their mobile device.
Some websites let users set this, but it would of course be better if there was a standard which browsers could implement, so that websites could get this information for free.
I can see this existing as a opt-in setting in the browser, which would instruct the browser to send a specific HTTP request header, unless of course, there already exists something like this…
Update: Ok, so that would be the
Accept-Language header. I guess, this header should be able to take care of this issue.