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mrphilong
Re: The best approach for a multi-language XOOPS
  • 2013/8/30 13:32

  • mrphilong

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I have created a custom html block with [mlimg], block shows [mling] not the variable languages that I set.

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Mamba
Re: The best approach for a multi-language XOOPS
  • 2013/8/30 23:39

  • Mamba

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Describe in more details what you did, . This is not enough information to act on...

I have created a new custom block with "HTML" as selection, entered this content:

[en]English[/en]
[
pl]Polish[/pl]
[
fr]French[/fr]
[
de]German[/de]

And everything worked as it should, i.e. when I switched the language, the appropriate content showed up...
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mrphilong
Re: The best approach for a multi-language XOOPS
  • 2013/8/31 2:33

  • mrphilong

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I have installed easiestml, edit the easiestml.php for my languages. Created a custom html block with the tag [mlimg] which in theory should shows my two languages that defined in easiestml.php, but instead it just showing [mlimg]

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Mamba
Re: The best approach for a multi-language XOOPS
  • 2013/8/31 2:43

  • Mamba

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OK, then Irmtfan is the best source of help for you then.

I use the xLanguage module, and that's what I was testing it with...
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Mamba
Re: The best approach for a multi-language XOOPS
  • 2013/8/31 2:43

  • Mamba

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OK, then Irmtfan is the best source of help for you then.

I use the xLanguage module, and that's what I was testing it with...
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irmtfan
Re: The best approach for a multi-language XOOPS
  • 2013/9/2 4:12

  • irmtfan

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@mrphilong:

[mlimg] should work in any html content like blocks, themes and templates.
are you install original hack or trabis module?
I recommend trabis version:
http://www.xuups.com/easiestml.zip

I assume you dont have issue in displaying content so please show us your configuration in easiestml.php
there should be this line for mlimg.
// tag name for language image  (default [mlimg]. don't include specialchars)
define('EASIESTML_IMAGETAG','mlimg');

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mrphilong
Re: The best approach for a multi-language XOOPS

I am using Trabis's version, it works on my localhost. My easiestml.php has the correct configuration, which:
define('EASIESTML_IMAGETAG','mlimg');

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irmtfan
Re: The best approach for a multi-language XOOPS
  • 2013/9/11 13:10

  • irmtfan

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That's strange. I think we should investigate it in depth.

1- please provide your server configurations include php, mysql, ...

2- please show us your whole easiestml.php codes here.

3- do you have any error_log file inside root?

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