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I have an MVC 2.0 application which currently has 3 different languages.(English, French, Spanish).Although I've found many articles on how to localize an etnire MVC application I still haven't found an example on how to localize the URLs.
Assuming I have the following English URL:http://www.mywebsite.com/Product
When I switch in either French or Spanish, I'd like to have the following:French: http://www.mywebsite.com/ProduitSpanish: http://www.mywebsite.com/Producto
How does one achieve such a task?If anyone cares to show me a link or demo, that would be great!
Thanks in advance!
I have a class library called WEM.portal which used Resource files to localise text in my composite controls.
I store my resource files (eg MyResourceFile1.resx) in App_GlobalResources folder and then refer to them using
MyLabel1.text = My.Resources.MyResourceFile1.MyResourceKey1
This is all working ok until I create seperate files for each language such as MyResourceFile1.FR-fr.resx.
I have implemented this throughout my other web applications but the Class Library doesnt seem to want to work the same way
When I load the page it correctly showes the resourced keys which I have done through the web application BUT the resource keys in the composite controls does not seem to pick up the culture code.
Am I missing something stupid. Ive tried
I want to make my website into world's different laguages.Im very new to it .
I ever thought that I can set a default localization if the users one (which is set in the browser) isn't available.
I've implemented my localresource files for localization. The start.aspx.resx contains all texts and elements for German use and the start.aspx.en.resx for English users. When I switch the language in the browser settings from German to English everything works fine and the english text is displayed. But when I switch to an other language which is not German or English, it takes defaulty the german resource files.
as well, but it didn't assume the .en resource file automatically. (For example when I enter the website and switch the browser language to French or Italian it should take the english resource files.)
Thanks and regards,Chris
How to maintaine a web application in different languages.
For Examplel(English, Chinees,German...)
Need any Detailed Example.
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