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Multisite with Multiple languages
Started by Baron norm 1 year ago

I'm thinking of converting to Multisite mode because I would like to install a version of my site that has a unique look and feel of the main language groups. In other words I want to quickly and easily replicate the entire configuration of my existing site as a “template” for each of the ten biggest language communities, and give them each a slightly different feel to suit each community. My question is will Symposium allow me to install a seperate language for each subdomain - all running off one installation of symposium. Thanks.


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Emperor Robert (WPS Support) replied 1 year ago...

@norm  I think you are going to have install a translator as you can have only one po file in wps that I am aware of at this time.  

norm commented 1 year ago
Does Symposium work with Transposh? I see it works with Buddypress - http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/transposh-translation-filter-for-wordpress/ If not, which plugin do you recommend?
Robert (WPS Support) commented 1 year ago
I tried it did not seem to like it.. so looks like not work for WPS

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Emperor Robert (WPS Support) replied 1 year ago...

The problem with a translator is that all symposium pages are custome pages and the translatores do not like reading them at all.  I have tried a coupole now and they do regular pages but not WPS for some reason.

norm commented 1 year ago
I also tried quite a few and had no luck but then I tried the Microsoft Translator and it did a good job: http://www.microsoft.com/web/solutions/mstranslator.aspx
Robert (WPS Support) commented 1 year ago
Cool glad you found one..
Robert (WPS Support) commented 1 year ago
I just added it to my personal site as well thank got the tip its good.

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Baron norm replied 1 year ago...

I would love to know if anyone has tried WPML – The WordPress Multilingual Plugin, with Symposium? This seems to be rated the best Wordpress Translation plugin but I have not tested it yet simply because it's not free - so I would not like to pay money for something that may not be compatible.

Robert (WPS Support) commented 1 year ago
norm ck my site put the Bing on there http://minglecommubnities.com
Robert (WPS Support) commented 1 year ago
http://minglecommunities.com

sorry
norm commented 1 year ago
coolio!

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