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  1. Hello everyone. I'm having some issues with Greek as default language, because the page name is not created automatically when enter the title of a new page. Any chance to add support for it? I found this char mapping that might help on line 188 https://github.com/elpak/Greeklish-permalink-wordpress/blob/master/greeklish-permalink/greeklish-permalinks.php Thank you!
  2. Change Default Language to be None-English | Walk Trough When you start a new (single) language site and the default language shouldn't be English, you can change it this way: Go to the modules core section: Select the Language ones by the filter function: We have four language related modules here, but for a single language site in none english, we only need the base module, named "Languages Support". So go on and install it. After that, you can leave it, ... ... and switch to the newly created Language section under SETUP: Select the default language Enter your new language name or its Shortcut and save the page. I will use DE for a single language site in german here as example: Now I go to the ProcessWire online modules directory, down to the subsection for language packs and select and download my desired (german) one: After downloading a lang pack as ZIP, I go back into my SETUP > LANGUAGES > default language page in admin, select the downloaded lang pack ZIP and install it: After the ZIP is uploaded, the files are extracted and installed, most of my screen is already in the new default language. To get all fully switched, we save and leave that page, ... ... and completely logout from the admin. Now, of course, we directly login back, ... ... and see, that now also the cached parts of the admin have switched to the new default language. 🙂 That was it for a single language site in none english. If you want to have a multi language site, just add more languages to the SETUP > LANGUAGES section. When using a multi language site, I think you also want to use multi language input fields, and maybe different page names for your language page pendents. If so, you need to go into MODULES > CORE > filter LANGUAGE and install what you need or want to use of it, (if not already done). Thanks for reading and happy coding, 🙂
  3. Hey girls and guys, I'll want to open this thread in order to discuss a main problem I've run into with following setup: I'm maintaining a site where different URLs are directed to the same folder. In site/ready.php the $user->language is set based on the $config->httpHost <?php /* Set language based on the domain and user is not logged in */ /* Slovenian */ if( $config->httpHost == "www.domain.si" || $config->httpHost == "domain.si" || $config->httpHost == "domain.si.local") { if (!($user->isSuperuser())) $user->language = $languages->get('si'); } /* German */ elseif( $config->httpHost == "www.domain.at" || $config->httpHost == "domain.at" || $config->httpHost == "domain.at.local" || $config->httpHost == "domain.ch" || $config->httpHost == "www.domain.ch" || $config->httpHost == "domain.de" || $config->httpHost == "www.domain.de") { if (!($user->isSuperuser())) $user->language = $languages->get('default'); } /* Croatian */ elseif( $config->httpHost == "www.domain.hr" || $config->httpHost == "domain.hr" || $config->httpHost == "domain.hr.local") { if (!($user->isSuperuser())) $user->language = $languages->get('hr'); } /* English */ elseif( $config->httpHost == "www.domain.eu" || $config->httpHost == "domain.eu" || $config->httpHost == "domain.eu.local") { if (!($user->isSuperuser())) $user->language = $languages->get('en'); } /* Italian */ elseif( $config->httpHost == "www.domain.it" || $config->httpHost == "domain.it" || $config->httpHost == "domain.it.local") { if (!($user->isSuperuser())) $user->language = $languages->get('it'); } The homepage (id=1) has following settings: As you can see German (Deutsch) is set as default language. Everything is working nice and fine and I'm really happy with this kind of setup but now there are some new requirements, which causes me quite a headache : I've to add some pages only in one or two languages (they should not be present in German) I've to create some editor roles that are allowed to only edit (can be done with https://processwire.com/docs/user-access/permissions/#multi-language-page-edit-permissions) & add pages to their specific language. What I've found out so far: The default language can't be disabled and must always be present (though this would be in my eyes the easiest solution) Creating my own "language select field" - example here: won't work in this case because I've to rely on the native languages in order to setup the right permissions for editors. There seems to be some solutionsbut I think these won't match for me because I've to think about handling editors and permissions, too. After searching and searching, scratching my head and searching and searching again, the only possibility that comes to my mind is to add another language for German and assign this language to the specific URL's instead of the default language. The advantages with this solution for me: I could activate or deactivate any language on any page Editors which are allowed to add pages can get the permission page-edit-lang-default without affecting the German pages. The disadvantages: All multi-language-fields will have an empty tab for the default language - this may irritate editors a lot Seems to me like a lot of work to do because I've to copy the language field nearly for 1000 pages/repeaters (maybe I'll find an SQL query) My questions: How would you handle this task? Could my setup be optimized in a completely different way? If I go for my solution (adding another language for German) would it be possible to hide the language tab for default language in any way? If some points aren't clear enough please don't hesitate to ask. Many greets...
  4. I while ago, I started a site on dev branch 2.5.19, and built out a bilingual site in English and French. My default language is English and I added French as a second language. I'm using LanguageSupportPageNames and my homepage names are "/" for english and "/fr" for French. Everything works great. But... now the client wants to change the site so that French is the default language. I've tried: setting the Guest user's language preference to French - no effect. detecting the URL and manually setting the $user->language in _init.php variations on naming the homepage "en" and "fr" istead of "/" and "fr", but the redirect still seems to redirect the homepage URL of the default language to "/" even if I've specified "en". I've looked at the LanguageSupportPageNames settings and have tried both the recommended option and including the redirect in combination with URL detection. Still can't get it working. Does anyone have any recommendations? I really don't want to rebuild the site from scratch just to reset the default language :-( Thanks for your help, -Brent
  5. how to change the default language in processwire cms from Eng to Ru
  6. Hi all! I have a problem with selecting default language in frontend. I tried to set default language from admin panel in Access->Users for guests and admin to another language, but it changed only backend language. I read a lot of topics about this problem and i didn't find any normal solution.
  7. hi guys, I have a project which is about to get live and it has two languages: default: englisch second: german Unfortunatelly translation of content will not be done in English for the launch. How can I simply redirect EVERY person that is not logged in to the German version of a page? Once everything has been translated I will delete the redirect and everything should be fine. It would be great to have a redirect only for not logged in users so the editor can check how the site looks like when adding the translations. Any idea? thanks Sascha
  8. hi there, this is my first post in the forums, and i got to say that up to this point working with process wire was a really easy-going experience. now i'm not quite sure if i'm just over-thinking my whole problem and i hope someone can help me. i have a setup of processwire running with german as default and english as additional language. i successfully implemented a language-switcher which works like a charm. now i want processwire to automatically check the visitors browserlanguage (basically on starting the session) and set it as default (if not german -> english) BUT keep open the possibility to do a manual switch. my first very, very simple piece of code (which terribly failed) looked like this (in my header template) if(substr($_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE'],0,2) != 'de') { $user->language = $languages->get('en'); } now i know what the problem is (my header.inc gets included everytime and does this request even after a switch), but cant make my mind up about a proper solution... i also didnt find something about this very specific problem by using the search, but am really grateful about any advice best, overoon
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