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Since you're evaluating a string, the arguments should be enclosed in quotes ("). {if "{month}" == "{segment_4}"}class="current"{/if} You may need to add a OR operator for a second condition to check. Update Just realized I misunderstood your question. I found this Multi Language Module that allows you to define phrases ...


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Publisher - it offers the most flexibility - especially in having URLs relative to the language (good for native users and for SEO), easy toggling between language entries. This also neatly handles rewriting for custom language identifiers in the URL. Although you can roll your own solution, using tips and tricks found elsewhere and something like Republic ...


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okay it seems you are into this too. if you want to spend 200$ use https://boldminded.com/add-ons/publisher-2 if not; here is the tips for an easy way to do it. lets say that you have two languages English - en Arabic - ar first duplicate your fields in your channels and make sure that you suffix the field name with the short-code of your language Like: {...


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So the answer to this was actually simpler than I thought. In index.php of the secondary site we set $base_path = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']; and then $assign_to_config['tmpl_file_basepath'] = $base_path . '/../../templates'; I also had to do the same thing with the path to snippets & Low Variables.


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it's to do with parse order. something is mixed up.Can you try addin a parse="inward" to the exp:channel:entries or the exp:transcribe:replace tag?


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There's a comment on EE Insider that may be useful to you. It has been contributed by ignitesystemsltd. Thanks for that! Our client wanted a multi language URL_TITLE which would at first seem to be impossible out of the box with the built in URI handling. BUT we overcame this by a simple mechanism: On the page template that renders the singular ...


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