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Last edited Nov 10, 2013 at 11:48 PM by dimitri_kourk, version 36

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fahadmahmood20 Jul 5, 2013 at 8:07 AM 
hi,
I am trying to use this everything was working fine but when i came on this step i couldn't decide what to do. can you please explain it?

"Adding the Language Selector

Also, the template of TextPage needs to be changed a bit. For multilingual content, instead of using Umbraco page fields, those should be replaced by the “Translated Property” macro, also installed as part of the Polyglot package."

jianchun Mar 1, 2013 at 9:22 AM 
hi,

I like this tools, it works perfectly to easy create multi-Language Pages for each Site I need. One Problem maybe, it works only in Content-level, but not in Menu (1-, 2-...Level). We hope this could be improved in further, many Thanks!

-Jianchun You

dimitri_kourk Dec 20, 2011 at 1:27 PM 
Hello Angelo,

Please refer to our discussion in the Umbraco forums about these questions:

http://our.umbraco.org/forum/developers/extending-umbraco/20395-1-1-multilingual-site-structure

Best regards,

Dimitri

angelrishi Dec 19, 2011 at 7:20 PM 
Hi,

I am interested in your 1:1 approach.

1. If in future we add a new language to the site, can your package add the new language automatically to all the nodes?
2. Can we do two pane translation in the backend where english content pane is displayed next to the pane where the translator translates the content?
3. Is there the rollback function here?
4. Is there the possibility to exted it so the translator sees the changes made in english since last changes (I mean show the last rollback) so the translator knows what is exactly to be editied in his language?

5. Can we add RTL languages here along with LTR?

5. SEO: can we have seo friendly URLs (or custom alias urls) per language content including the meta tags?

6. Everyone talks about Multisite structure better over 1:1. I like your 1:1 as it is tight. Could you tell us more benifits over Multisite structure?

Thank you.

Love,
Angelo