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  • Series of updates on the Europass website

    A new set of improvements is now available at the Europass site. The new features include:

    • Improved user-friendliness of the CV/ELP online: controlled lists are introduced when specifying the name of countries, nationalities and languages. Also, the fields of the postal address field are now more structured (street, postal code, town, country)
    • Updated Europass XML schema. Please note that uploading an Acrobat PDF or Europass XML file with a previous Europass Schema version may result in some fields to be left empty (Address information, nationality, languages).
  • Help Improve Europass! Online evaluation survey

    Help us improve Europass by completing our on-line evaluation survey! Since its launch in February 2005, the Europass website welcomes an increasing number of users (currently 14.000 visits a day).Your opinion on Europass will help us better meet your needs.

    The survey is part of the external evaluation of the Europass initiative currently being carried out by ECOTEC Research and Consulting Ltd.

    It is anonymous and no personal details are recorded. Thank you for your contribution

  • Europass Web technical resources available

    Europass now provides in free access (Downloads section) several technical files to promote Europass interoperability, interaction and cooperation with interested third parties:

    • Europass Labels files, containing the text labels used for the Europass CV and ELP, in XLIFF, XFORMS and PO format;
    • Europass XML Schemas and various XSLT resources and utilities;
    • Examples and documentation related to the use of Europass Web Services.
  • Europass website available in Croatian

    A new set of improvements is now available at the Europass site.New features include:

    • When creating or updating a CV online, a visitor can now remove his/her photograph using the page 'Step1' or 'Preview'. New image file formats are supported (.png, .gif, .tif, .bmp).
    • When downloading the HTML version of a Europass CV or Language Passport, the document opens in a new pop-up window with menu bar.
    • When sending a Europass CV or Language passport by e-mail, a visitor can now specify his/her e-mail address.
    • When sending a feedback message (page 'Your Opinion'), a visitor can now specify his/her e-mail address in a dedicated box.
  • Europass in Icelandic and Romanian

    The Icelandic and Romanian translations of the Europass site are now available on-line. This brings up to 25 the number of languages in which Europass is available.

  • Europass website available in Maltese

    The Europass site is as of today available in the Maltese language.

  • Europass website available in Turkish

    The Europass site is as of today available in the Turkish language.

  • Europass "Phase-4" is now online!

    A new set of improvements is now available at the Europass site.New features include:

    • Visitors may now use the combined PDF+XML format to view, print, upload and re-edit their CV and ELP data.
    • The Europass XML format can now be graphically displayed with the use of embedded XSL stylesheets.
    • Web Services interfaces are now available for the remote generation of CV and ELP documents (see Instructions, Examples)
    • Site is now WAI compatible, and with adjustable display font size.
    • The "Online creation" area of the site is now under an encrypted channel (SSL)
    • Custom ordering of Work/Educational Experience and of Surname/Firstname

    and miscellaneous other improvements.

  • Europass website available in Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian

    The Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian translations of the Europass site are now available on-line. This brings up to 21 the number of languages in which Europass is available.

  • Europass website available in Polish and Norwegian

    The Polish and Norwegian translations of the Europass site are now available on-line. This brings up to 17 the number of languages in which Europass is available. Hungarian and Czech will soon follow.

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