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30 June 2010 at 11:50pm Last edited: 30 June 2010 11:53pm
I have my site working now in Welsh and English (US). Under my Navigation I have the Language option English (US) or Welsh.
Is there any way I can customise the language navigation names English (US) to just English and change Welsh to Cymraeg
Thanks in advance for any help.
2 July 2010 at 3:07am
Quick search through the files for the word 'Welsh' yeilds the following...
C:\wamp\www\2.4\sapphire\core\i18n.php(186): 'cy_GB' => 'Welsh (United Kingdom)',
C:\wamp\www\2.4\sapphire\core\i18n.php(607): 'cy' => array('Welsh', 'Welsh/Cymraeg'),
C:\wamp\www\2.4\sapphire\core\i18n.php(699): 'cy_GB' => array('Welsh', 'Welsh/Cymraeg'),
I am sure you could just edit those files directly, but I don't know what you want to change... the drop down in the CMS or the stuff on the live site? If it is on the live site there is an awesome example in the the book that shows flags instead... I use that (it needed a smal hack but works a treat).
2 July 2010 at 3:21am
Thanks Barry your a star, I actually have the book, but haven't got round to reading it yet, silly me I should have looked in there first.
Yes I wanted the change the names on the live site, instead of English (US) and Welsh I want to have English and Cymraeg.
2 July 2010 at 4:04am
Great change the i18n.php did the trick, thanks so much, been a great help.
2 July 2010 at 8:30pm Last edited: 4 October 2010 4:03am
Happy to help...
If you choose to use the flags solution for the front page... this was my take on it...
<% if Translations %>
<% control Translations %>
<a href="$Link" hreflang="$Locale.RFC1766" title="$Title - $Locale.Nice">
<img width="40" height="26" src="<<YOURSITEDIR>>/flags/<% sprintf(_t('IMAGE','%2.2s'),$Locale.RFC1766) %>.jpg">
<% end_control %>
<% end_if %>
(flag source - http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/flags/)
by renaming the flag image names you can get the flags to auto display - might be an issue when you start having different languages in one country (or vice versa) but for most this will work...
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