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TYPO3 Templates by Jeremy Greenawalt

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Adding localization to pages

Okay, we've successfully added a few languages to our website and updated our template to handle the new languages, but you've probably noticed that nothing has really changed. In fact, if you go to one of our pages in the frontend and add&L=1 or&L=2 to the URL, the only change you can see is the date format. Everything is still in English, and it's not even hiding the non-translated content. That's okay, because it just means that we have not added translations to our individual pages, yet. The TypoScript we just added will hide non-translated content elements on a translated page, but the default TYPO3 response to a non-translated page is to show the default language. We can change that in a moment if we want to ...

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