Umbraco Multi-Language

This section covers setting up your Umbraco website to work with multiple languages.

How To Set-up A Multi-Language Site In Umbraco 7

If you want to have a globally successful website, at some stage you will need to display your pages in multiple languages... also known as a multi-lingual website. Multi-lingual websites are pretty common nowadays so we shouldn't have to re-invent t[...]

How To Import Languages Using Umbraco

In this tutorial, you will learn how to work with languages in your Umbraco website, all through code.  It is possible to work with languages manually within the Umbraco backend, however, any manual content import can burn a lot of your precious proj[...]

How To Create A Multi Language Website Within Umbraco Only Using One Home Node

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a multi-language website within Umbraco... all within a single home node.  If you read most other Umbraco multi-language tutorials (including this one) most of the recommendations will be to create a hom[...]

How To Manually Access Data Stored Within Vorto Properties Within Umbraco

In this tutorial, you will learn how to access multi-language data in your controllers using Vorto manually.  It should be noted that this approach isn't the easiest or nicest approach.  - for that I recommend you check out this article - if you have[...]

An Easier Approach To Working With Model Builder And Vorto Within Umbraco

In this tutorial, you will learn how to access multi-language data in your controllers using Vorto.  For those of you who are new to architecturing multi-language websites within Umbraco, when it comes to building your site, you really have two main[...]

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