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  • 4/7/2015




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To configure Languages for a portal use Languages item in Admin menu.

The host may add available languages manually or by installing a language pack.

An administrator may enable or disable any of these languages for his web site (portal), set default portal language and modify static resources to fit the specific needs for his site.

Enabled languages are locales used to format numbers and dates, present static resources, and - if option "Content Localization" is enabled - language specific pages may be created and displayed accordingly. If there are more than one active language and the Language skin object is included in the skin, it will present an option to switch between the languages, as well as the user gets the option to select any of the languages as preferred on in his user profile.

Default Portal Language is used to specify default language for non authorized or freshly registering users, if browser language detection is turned off or non of the site languages match any preferred browser language.

""Edit Static Resources" may be used to override localized or original language terms for the current web site - typical use cases are adjusting email templates used on registration and role assignment as well as adjusting text for Terms of Use and Privacy Policy to the specific portal conditions (which is strongly suggested!). These modifications will override adjustmensts on host level and will be preserved on upgrades of the original static resources from a component or a language pack.

System Language cannot be modified and is always set to "en-US" - English (United States).

Note: Superusers may specify additional Host Options.
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