Last post Jun 23, 2008 05:41 PM by yasserzaid
Apr 06, 2008 04:58 PMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
I've built a multilanguage site in asp.net. The localization tools are realy cool. But i'm having some problems with localization of my page title, menuitems and large amounts of content. In each page i've set the title in Dutch. How can I localize this
to other languages?
My menu is built with a asp.net menu and a sitemap. I saw the property resourcekey for the sitemap nodes. But in which file can I put the actual translations.
Last of all. My website is very simple. So i'm using for each page one or two divs to contain the text and images. This is html code. I know i can localize a asp.netlabel, but how can i localize a big amount of content. I hope somebody can help me.
Jun 04, 2008 08:21 PM|AndrewSeven|LINK
Localizing the site map is described here :
For your big chunks of html, you can add them to a local resource file and give them a name. In your page you can put <%=GetLocalResourceObject("TheName")%>
Jun 23, 2008 05:41 PM|yasserzaid|LINK
try these posts