This section explains how to set-up Episerver to work with multiple languages.
In today's guide I will cover how to set-up a website to run in a multi-lingual environment.
Step One - Creating A Default Language Cookie
In MVC we can use a global ActionFilter to ensure certain functionality is triggered when a user navigates to o[...]
I think most developers know how the multi-language feature of EPiServer works, In the admin you define the languages you want in the site, for each property you add the '[CultureSpecific(true)]' attribute to the properties to specify the property t[...]
When you install the EPiServer, if you look in your App_data folder you should see a file called GeoLiteCity.dat. This file is a IP geolocation database created by a company called MaxMind. This means you can get the current user's IP address and ge[...]
In my previous tutorial I wrote about How to enable multi-languages within your website. Today I'm going to talk to you through how to create a language picker so your website users can swap languages.
In your code, you can alwa[...]
This article will hopefully be short and sweet. If you're building a multi-language Episerver website, there will be times when you need to do things like creating URLs to pages within, or, linking to assets like images. When you enable a different[...]