All posts for "Localization"
The creation and editing of content for multiple language sites in EPiServer 7 has recently become a topic of conversation in some of our projects. We occasionally receive feedback from our clients who are looking for ways to reduce the amount of time it takes to enter content, while also being consistent with the page and block layout.
One big change with the new Edit Mode in EPiServer 7, which was available in EPiServer 6 (and technically is still available in the old Edit Mode), is that feature to compare the language branches for a page side-by-side has been removed. This was useful for editors who need to keep the content for pages consistent between each language branch, as it allowed them to easily compare the different language branches.
So to help this, we created a property attribute called
[AutoPopulateLanguageBranch]. Whenever a editor translates a page or block, this copies the values from the master language branch to the new language branch for the decorated page or block type properties. This keeps the content consistent between the language branches, which, at the same time, helps speed up the process of entering content.
The release of EPiServer 7 has brought numerous changes to the way editors interact with Edit Mode. One such change is the process needed to remove the language branch for a page or a block. Of course, you could always use the old Edit Mode to complete this task, but let's find out how to do this in EPiServer 7's new Edit Mode.
One powerful feature that EPiServer 7 provides is the localization of page content and the creation of language branches for your site, which allows you to create a multi-language, international site without the need for a huge amount of work. In this post, we'll look at how to configure, utilize, and develop for localization in EPiServer 7.