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Is it possible to build a multi-language pligg site?

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    Yes, semi-possible but it needs user interaction.

    First, rename all the /languages/lang_***_conf.default to lang_***_conf.

    Next, go to Admin > Settings > Miscellaneous > Select Language and set this to 1 (Yes).

    After that, users who logged-in can change their language by visiting their Account Settings.

    However, you have to take note that whatever content submitted to your site will not be translated. If one user submit English content, it will remain English, likewise Spanish if Spanish.

    | Posted 750 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Is there a way to modify the URL to set the secondary language as primary but if someone goes to the site direclty it will be the default language?

    For example:

    Site default language it's in English so when you go to

    it shows English

    The secondary language is Spanish so if there is a way to lets say put something like this

    That will redirect to the site but this time in Spanish :/

    | Posted 523 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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