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3/19/2015 1:12 PM
 

I'm hoping someone can help me understand this - I'm relatively new to multi-language sites.

I have an existing site in English. I've turned on localization and added Spanish. When I go to any given page, I now have the "Localization" tab... All of this seems good/normal.

The trouble I'm having is that when I hit the button to localize the page, I get two new copies of the old page - one for english and one for spanish. So, if I have /Store and I localize it, I get /Store-en-us and /Store-es-sp or whatever, but it keeps the original /Store page and doesn't make it localizable.

Obviously this isn't the end of the world or anything... but it's a big hassle because it means I'd have to reposition all of the child pages and fix a lot of URLs. So, I feel like I'm missing something or doing something wrong. Shouldn't /Store stay the same and I just get a /Store-es-sp or something?

I'm running 7.3.1 and have advanced urls turned on.

Thanks,

Mike

 
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3/19/2015 1:31 PM
 
Most important for DNN Language Specific Pages (AKA Content Localization) is using proper portal default language.
All pages need to be created in this language first, and when clicking "ready for translation", DNN will create versions in all other active languages available for this website.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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3/19/2015 1:42 PM
 
Ahh I see - thank you!

It looks like my pages are all "Language Neutral". Is there a way I can say that they're all english before I make them translatable?

Thanks,

Mike
 
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3/19/2015 1:45 PM
 
AFAIK you should be able to use the grid in Admin > Languages on Content Localization tab to modify culture of pages.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

Speed up your DNN Websites with TurboDNN
 
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