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6/17/2013 7:33 AM
How can Bread Crumb be localized from English to Arabic in a one portal with 2 language ?
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6/17/2013 9:21 AM
are you using language specific pages (AKA "Content Localization") or a 3rd party multilingual solution for page localization?

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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6/18/2013 3:20 AM
I have enabled content Localization in DotNetNuke Community Edition version
07.00.05 ,One portal 2 languages Arabic and English ,and also used the Apollo Page Localization 6.01 to localize page's title the menu and titles are localized ,but bread crumb didn't.I used the following skin object:<%@ Register TagPrefix="dnn" TagName="BREADCRUMB" Src="~/Admin/Skins/BreadCrumb.ascx" %>  and

<div id="Breadcrumb"><dnn:BREADCRUMB ID="dnnBreadcrumb" runat="server" CssClass="breadcrumbLink" RootLevel="0" Separator="&lt;img src=&quot;images/breadcrumb.png&quot;&gt;" /></div>

 using the Ml Bread crumb got an error

<%@ Register TagPrefix="dnn" TagName="MLBREADCRUMB" Src="~/DesktopModules/PageLocalization/MLBreadCrumb.ascx" %> 

<dnn:MLBREADCRUMB runat="server" id="apolloBREADCRUMB" CssClass="Breadcrumb" RootLevel="0" Separator="&nbsp;>&nbsp;" /> 
Please Advice

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6/18/2013 9:07 AM
In my eyes, you should not use both, localized pages and Apollo, because they work rather different.

In Apollo, everything happens on one page, and there is an additional table storing the localized page titles, keywords etc. The skin must support this method, and therefore different skin objects like MLBreadcrumb are used. Remember: The page has always the same TabID (pages are also referred as "tabs" in DotNetNuke).

In localized pages (Content Localization), you have a single page for each language, they are linked together in some way. Every page has a different title (in a different language) and a different TabID. So, if you go to one of these pages, chances are good that you don't find an entry in the Apollo table having this TabID + Locale, therefore the skin object takes the page name in the portal's default language and displays that.

Best wishes

Michael Tobisch
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6/19/2013 2:22 AM

Dear Michael and  Sebastian,

Thanks a lot  for your consideration . When  enabling the content localization and get red of the Apollo Page Localization the bread crumb got localized to Arabic but the page title also appeared in Arabic in the url which is not preferred,so How to have a localized bread crumb + localized page title and keep the url in English only?


Please Advise.


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