Written by Administrator Wednesday, 06 August 2008 16:47This is now defined in the Language [lang].xml file in the Language metadata settings. If you are having locale problems such as dates do not appear in your language for example, you might want to check/edit the entries in the locale tag. Note that multiple locale strings can be set and the host will usually accept the first one recognised. Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2008 16:47
Written by Administrator Tuesday, 05 August 2008 01:11
Well... how about never needing to mess with encoding settings again?
Ever needed to display several languages on one page or site and something always came up in Giberish?
With utf-8 (a variant of Unicode) glyphs (character forms) of basically all languages can be displayed with one single encoding setting.Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 August 2008 01:11
Written by Administrator Wednesday, 30 July 2008 20:27
Joomla! 1.5 does not provide an upgrade path from earlier versions. Converting an older site to a Joomla! 1.5 site requires creation of a new empty site using Joomla! 1.5 and then populating the new site with the content from the old site. This migration of content is not a one-to-one process and involves conversions and modifications to the content dump.
There are two ways to perform the migration:Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 July 2008 20:27
Written by Administrator Wednesday, 30 July 2008 14:06
In Joomla! 1.5 all User interfaces can be localised. This includes the installation, the Back-end Control Panel and the Front-end Site.
The core release of Joomla! 1.5 is shipped with multiple language choices in the installation but, other than English (the default), languages for the Site and Administration interfaces need to be added after installation. Links to such language packs exist below.Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 July 2008 14:06
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