User Interface Localization

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  • 4/7/2015
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User Interface Localization

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Basic intro to what is this all about: translating the user interface of DNN. Compare to how MS Word works (diff. between the Word interface and what you actually write inside Word).



Basic setup

Basic steps to create support different languages in DNN and how users can select the language. This should be the very first documentation reference for someone that has never ever seen DNN before and has never configured DNN to support more that the default en-US language.

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Translating DotNetNuke into your own language

This should give users a full understanding on all the steps required to create a full translation for the product. We can cover some more advanced topics here but always with the focus on the user (translator, not developer)

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Translate a Module

This would be more or less the same as 2.4 but with a focus on modules. We know it’s the same, but some users might not get the same picture as we do. So I think it’s better to repeat some points here but use different wording, always talking about modules, and how this applies to them.
Even the screenshots (I suppose we can use some on this whole effort) should reflect the use of modules instead of core.

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