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Hi,


I want to make my website into world's different  laguages.Im very new to it .

plz help


 

4 Answers Found

 

Answer 1

Here is the way you go for it.

1. Design your page completely.

2. open the page in designer, goto tools , select "generate local resource". this will create a app_localresource folder and a file aspx.resx inside that. that will be the default culture language  file.

3. create as many files as you want for different culture for e.g.

   for english create youraspxpage.en.resx

   french : youraspxpage.fr.resx ,  etc..

4. edit individual files for corresponding language text.

 

Answer 2

Hello,

Asp.NET Professional:

Hi,

I want to make my website  into world's different  laguages.Im very new to it .

plz help

If you are new then before start go through my post forum http://forums.asp.net/t/1514920.aspx,based on that we have created live application in different language, hope it will help  you to start, let me know if you have any doubt. Mark as answer if it helps.


 

Answer 3

Hi,

You can simply do it with localization  & globalization. Asp.net 2.0 comes up with the very nice mechanism to handle it. You can take help  of the below article:

http://www.codeproject.com/Kb/aspnet/localizationByVivekTakur.aspx

http://www.codeguru.com/csharp/.net/net_asp/miscellaneous/article.php/c12407/

http://codeasp.net/articles/asp.net/29/globalization-and-localization-demystified-in-aspnet-20

The above mention link will help you in designing multi lingual site.

Thanks

 

Answer 4

shashankgwl:

Here is the way you go for it.

1. Design your page completely.

2. open the page in designer, goto tools , select "generate local resource". this will create a app_localresource folder and a file aspx.resx inside that. that will be the default culture language  file.

3. create as many files as you want for different culture for e.g.

   for english create youraspxpage.en.resx

   french : youraspxpage.fr.resx ,  etc.

4. edit individual files for corresponding language text.

 

 


I learned a lot from your answer, Thanks for your answer!

 
 
 

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