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  1. I have just published my first PW multi-lingual site. I'm not understanding the following message and the server locale function Warning: your server locale is undefined and may cause issues. Please translate the “C” locale setting for each language to the proper locale in /wire/modules/LanguageSupport/LanguageSupport.module (shortcuts provided below): • English • Français • Deutsch • Español • Italiano For example, the locale setting for US English might be: en_US.UTF-8 Is it just a case to populate each languages "C" field with an appropriate string? IE English C field: en.UTF-8 Francais C fieldn: fr_FR.UTF-8 Deutsh C field: en.UTF-8 Espanol C field: es_ES.UTF-8 Italiano C field: it_IT.UTF-8
  2. I was trying to fix an error earlier which was preventing a series of if statements from working. Basically I have a button called "Product Drawing" which needs localising depending on the current language session. Eventually got it working - I had a bracket in the wrong place. Curious as to why both these work though. On the sample below. each echo is surrounded by curly braces. <?php if ($page->files->count()) foreach($page->files->findTag('drawing') as $file) { if($user->language->name == 'default') {echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>Product drawing</a>";} if($user->language->name == 'french') {echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>Le plan du produit</a>";} if($user->language->name == 'german') {echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>Produktzeichnung</a>";} if($user->language->name == 'spanish') {echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>El dibujo del producto</a>";} if($user->language->name == 'italian') {echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>Il disegno del prodotto</a>";} } ?> On the sample below, there are no curly braces around the echo <?php if ($page->files->count()) foreach($page->files->findTag('breakingreport') as $file) { if($user->language->name == 'default') echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>Breaking strain report</a>"; if($user->language->name == 'french') echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>Le test de rupture</a>"; if($user->language->name == 'german') echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>Bruchfestigkeit bericht</a>"; if($user->language->name == 'spanish') echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>Informe resistencia</a>"; if($user->language->name == 'italian') echo "<a href='$file->url' class='uk-button uk-button-primary'>La rottura rapporto ceppo</a>"; } ?> Should the second piece work?
  3. ceberlin

    Deine Lakaien

    A new band website for the German electronic avant-garde band DEINE LAKAIEN. The idea was to make this an introduction website for media and new listeners. For in-depth information, the website is accompanied by another new ProcessWire website (with an integrated xenforo forum) for the fanclub: colour-ize.com. and the label website chrom.de. All three websites use the same UI and re-occurring elements (while preserving a unique look), so people find their way around easily. Design/programming details: It was tried to make the dark look (which is the band CI) feeling modern and artistic (avoiding a Nineties look which so many dark themed websites have). The website is built in my spare time in 5 weeks thanks to the ease of ProcessWire 3 and is fully responsive (using uikit and Hype). ProcessWire's new language features were more than welcome to make language management a breeze (People coming from WordPress know what I mean). The backend is build in a way that non-techies (band, volunteer translators, fanclub, booking) can handle the CMS without needing much support and knowledge of SEO. Everything is explained or almost self-explanatory. And the complex internal link-building is done either fully automatic or half automatic.
  4. I 've got 2 languages let's say default and german and I am using multilingual fields: Is there a way to disable fallback to default language url if german is not active for a page ? Is there a way to have active only the german language for some pages ? example.com/mypage redirects to example.com/default/mypage, can I disable that ?
  5. Dear all I have created a website for a local newspaper and I am trying to make its search field to work using as input greek words (letters) but in vain. I tried to figure out what is going on and even to borrow any idea from the recent multilingual profile which is optional during new installations...but also on this one I tried to search english or suomi or deutsch words but neither it, was functioning.... I would much appreciated your kind assistance and support
  6. I have installed ProcessWire 2.3 and bought FormBuilder. I have multilingual website and would need to create forms with multilingual placeholders and labels. I could not figure out how to do this by myself. Any help would be appreciated greatly!
  7. Here is a recent site done in processwire: http://licoriceensemble.com/ modules used include formbuilder procache cropimage version control for text fields after save actions based on a template by the great team at Elemis.
  8. Hello, I'm new to processwire and trying to build a multilingual (Japanese-English) website. Installation was done and multilingual feature is nicely working. Thank you for this great CMS! My question is about the use of "Field-Template Context" discussed in this topic. Is there a way to display context-field-labels set by template on front-end? For example, if there's a field like; field name = price default label = price /default label (ja) = price-ja label in templateA = shipping / label in templateA (ja) = shipping-ja then how I can display the label "shipping" and "shipping-ja"on the pages that use templateA?
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