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Denotes questions relating to translations & languages in Magento

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= 'class="current-store"'; //if you want to skip the current store view just uncomment the next line //continue; } //Print the language
answered Apr 27 '14 by Marius
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This is not a solution. It's more of an idea. You can identify the texts that are 'translatable' with a regex. See the answers here, then just parse the existing CSV files (that should be easy) and m …
answered Aug 28 '13 by Marius
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Magento does not have something to redirect users based on location or language to a specific store view. … You will get an infinite loop when the user should see the EN language. …
answered Nov 12 '14 by Marius
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If you need to translate a product attribute on a certain language, edit the product in the backend, select from the top left selector the store view that is needed. …
answered Aug 22 '14 by Marius
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Anything you add affects performance. Unfortunately I cannot tell you how much will be affected. For example, the reindex will be affected. Instead of indexing 1 store view it will reindex 2 store …
answered Feb 27 '15 by Marius
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Try this one: $_lang->getBaseUrl().'home'; If you want the secure url, you can get $_lang->getBaseUrl('link', true).'home'; [UPDATE] Or you can try this one: $_lang->getUrl('', array('_direct'= …
answered Apr 11 '13 by Marius
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One main table that will hold the PK id and values that are not language dependent (status, create date, ...) and at least 2 tables that hold the store view specific values. …
answered Aug 1 '17 by Marius
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All you need to do is use the UI of the extension and fill in the url keys for the similar pages in each language. The URL rewrites will be created automatically. …
answered Nov 5 '14 by Marius
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Go to System->Configuration->General->Locale Options and set the value for Locale to English(United States). Then select you website from the top left store selector. And set the value for the same fi …
answered Aug 28 '14 by Marius
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You can get any language pack from here. Versedi did a nice job gathering every language pack available on Magento 1. …
answered May 20 '15 by Marius
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You can always use the exec or system functions. But if you don't want to do that... The commands map to some php class and method so you should be able to simulate the code. For example the i18n:coll …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Marius
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add this in one of your layout files inside the <layout> tag. Preferably the local.xml located in app/design/frontend/{package}/{theme}/layout. (If there isn't one, create it). <default> <refere …
answered Oct 21 '14 by Marius
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The language packages found on the magentocommerce.com website are not always complete. MOst of them are not. The first row of footer links come from a static block called footer_links. … Just make sure you backup your language files before using the extension...just in case. …
answered Mar 4 '14 by Marius
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> This just takes the current url and appends the language code to it. Replace that with <?php echo $_lang->getCurrentUrl(); ?> …
answered Aug 21 '15 by Marius
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you have to double the quotes in your language file. …
answered Aug 3 '16 by Marius

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