gebeer Posted March 17 Share Posted March 17 Hi, I have a multilang project that requires UTF8 page names and slugs mainly for chinese language. Referring to the documentation at https://processwire.com/blog/posts/page-name-charset-utf8/ and this post it seems that we can use $config->pageNameWhitelist="" to allow all characters. Or, to allow only certain characters, we can use a list of those e.g. $config->pageNameWhitelist="æåäßöüđжхцчшщюяàáâèéëêě...". In my usecase I want to allow all traditional chinese characters, but disallow german Umlauts, so that page names in chinese are using the UTF8 characters, but a german page name like "über-uns" gets converted to "ueber-uns". With the avalable config settings, I don't see how I can accomplish that other than putting all traditinal chinese characters into the $config->pageNameWhitelist which is not feasable. What I would need is a blacklist. Sanitizer.php uses a blacklist: https://github.com/processwire/processwire/blob/6ff498f503db118d5b6c190b35bd937b38b80a77/wire/core/Sanitizer.php#L844 But I can't add to that. A config setting like $config->pageNameBlacklist would be great. Since we don't have that I need to work around the problem. I'm thinking of a Page::saveReady hook. That checks for german Umlauts and than translates those to the required values. Does anyone have a better idea? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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