Multilanguage blogBrowser Info Environment
This is actually simple. If you deside to use the blog in a multilingual site, you simply add a blog root to every blog language blog page (go to C5DK Blog in the dashboard and click "Add Blog Root"). The blog knows the blog roots by adding a page attribute "Blog Root" to the page where it then knows where to place the blog pages. This is the way we designed the multi blog system.
That way you will get a dropdown in your blog editor page to choose witch blog root you will create your blog page under. Another thing here is that you will be able to create different page types for each language blog page. And last - you will be able to control (by using user groups) who is allowed to blog under witch blog root page.
That is weird - Have to come back on this...
The multilingual sitemap is still under discussion:
Which version suportts this funcionality?
We have investigated and found that the way multilingual support in concrete5 8.1.0 is done at the moment is very buggy. We have reported this to the core team on github and it is confirmed. It seem that there will come some kind of solution on concrete5 8.2.0 but I do not know when this will be released.
We are of course sorry for your inconvenience, but we decided not to make any changes to the C5DK Blog package before we no exactly what the core team will come up with.
As said, this is a concrete5 version 8 issue. This works perfectly up to version 126.96.36.199.
The issue has been reported to the core team.
You must do it something with this blog, because we can't wait for 8.2 release. My client want's multilang in his blog. I can't say infinity promises to him...
If you are going to use concrete5 5.7.5.x you have to use C5DK Blog package version 1.4.4 (not the 8.x branch).
There is a huge difference between concrete5 7 and 8...
I think, that You should not release new version for C5 8.1 when it is not ready, no matter whether the error is from the core or form your package...
My time and my work goes for nothing...
We have a ton of problems regarding upgrading multilingual sites to the 8.x branch of concrete5. Not only for our C5DK Blog package, but simply to upgrade in general. We have reported a number of issues on github already.
Our C5DK Blog package works flawlessly on non multilingual 8.x sites and we did not see all the problems that came with 8.x multilingual sites.
We will (as already stated) begin to address these issues when concrete5 8.2 is released.