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6/20/2016 4:15 PM
 

Hi,

Disclaimer: I'm very new to the world of DNN. 

I recently started working on a site that's available in two languages: German (primary language) and English (secondary language). 

I had to publish a few new pages in the English version of the site, and I created them directly in the English structure (Admin > Page management). Now I'm needing to publish the pages in German, too. How do I get them into the German tree structure and visible on the German version of the website? I'm seriously stumped.

Hope I've explained this clearly. :) Thanks in advance!

 
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6/20/2016 9:10 PM
 
if you need a page in both languages, you should always start with site default language.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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