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9/12/2013 10:07 AM
 

Hi 

I installed a DNN portal with spanish as its language.  But my site now has "es-es" in its url.

example:  www.localhost/es-es/home.aspx. 

I only want it to be  www.localhost/home.aspx  but using the spanish as its language.

Please help




 

 
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9/12/2013 2:17 PM
 
Go to Admin and open Languages, go to Settings tab and disable the 'Enable Language Parameter in URLs?' Checkbox.
 
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9/13/2013 12:17 PM
 
If you enable only 1 language in Admin / Languages then the language is not added to the url.

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12/17/2013 1:27 PM
 
Matthias Schlomann wrote:
Go to Admin and open Languages, go to Settings tab and disable the 'Enable Language Parameter in URLs?' Checkbox.

Hi Matthias

I have a similar problem.

My site is in Italian language (IT-IT) and i need to add a second language (EN-US).

After added the new language, i have for example http://localhost/IT-IT  as home page.

It's possible to have http://localhost for italian and http://localhost/EN-US for English language?

I have disable the Language parameter url checkbox but nothing is changed.

Thanks

Alessandro

 
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12/17/2013 3:07 PM
 

Hi,

From dnn 7.1, dnn generates 1 portal alas for each language.

You CAN modify this aliases for Like you asked.

 

Regards,

 
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