Usually, in HTML files, texts enclosed in
> entities don’t require translation and are treated by Crowdin as HTML tags. Depending on the HTML tags displaying option selected in the Editor settings, they might be displayed in a simplified version (e.g.,
<0>) in the Editor for translators’ convenience and copied into the translation. Although, occasionally, texts enclosed in
> entities might require translation. In this case, as a possible way to proceed, you can replace
> entities with the respective entity numbers (
>) and update the source HTML files. As a result, translators will be able to see and translate the enclosed texts.