I have a package which I would like to translate to Danish. I have used the t() function throughout my package and have used English strings.
I followed the following guide from the documentation:
After the installation of the add-on Internationalization (which I had to install manually since I had problems with the normal installation) I cannot create new pages anymore. I got the "Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class MultilingualSec…
I made a form using the core form block. I inserted a field of type "email address", as usual. Thing is, the HTML5 validation gives the error message on the system language. As I'm building a multilanguage site, this is not ideal.
I can't fin…
I modified concrete/startup/localization.php so that we can see both the source language and the target of each translation word/phrase/sentence.
Code is here. https://github.com/ounziw/Debugging-translation-for-Concrete5/tree/master/5.6
In one of my projects i need a list of country codes and country names in different languages. since i could not find those data in c5 i was asking myself if anyone else could need those data?!
on the one hand it might be usefull to put those stuf…
I'm about 60% through the translation of C5 into Hebrew (Attached is a screenshot of the dashboard in Hebrew). I need some tips about RTLing the dashboard. I have looked at how Wordpress and Gantry handle i18n, but the C5 dash doesn't even re…
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