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how would I do a multi-language website search with just a selector?
I have many multi-lang fields and I want to do a search through all of them at once and through all of their language values.
Is there a "selector way" of doing this? Maybe something like `title|title:de|title:it`? It seems I have seen this somewhere a long time ago but can't find in any documentation or forum search...
Or the only way of doing it is by running separate searches for each language with output formatting off and then consolidating it all in one single results array?
Because I still want to give users a result, even if it is in another language than current $user. Visitors mostly will be searching for specific terms that are very similar in all languages, but might be not used in one language version of a single page, for example. Or the user might not have switched language tohis prefered and did the search first, etc.. (many use cases in my situation)
$pages->find('title~='.$q) - maybe different operator is needed? /en/search/?q=visit = 1 results /it/search/?q=visit = 0 results Thanks for any advice!
One of my customers needs to have his site translated by a publisher. He asks me if it is possible to create a role that could only edit the German version of the pages, without permission on the English version.
I haven't found any permission related to this need, but maybe it's possible from a hook?
Thank you for your help
By Noel Boss
Hi everyone 🙌
Is there a way to order the language tabs in the backend? Currently, they seem to be ordered based on the created date (or id?) …
( time passes … ⏰ 🚶♂️)
Just answered my own question. One can reorder the languages in the page tree under admin » languages or directly in the DB » pages » template_id=54 » sord field.
Anyone knows if there are side effects when moving the default language from sort 0 to somewhere higher?
Wouldn’t it be cool to have whole repeater items (or even repeater matrix items) language-specific. Some of my clients do have pages that are 90% identical in German and English, but there are some sections that should not appear in one or another language. I attached a concept screenshot.
Would something like this be possible with some simple backend hooks and "hidden checkbox fields"? Or is it way more complicated?
I always seem to get this warning on every new install of PW on my Ubuntu 14 box with Digital Ocean. The servers are usually based in the UK and I was wondering if I should be adding something other than the below in the config? Is there a UK based locale code? Quick Google didnt come up with much.
Warning: your server locale is undefined and may cause issues. Please add this to /site/config.php file (adjust “en_US.UTF-8” as needed): setlocale(LC_ALL,'en_US.UTF-8');
Added to the config file: