Two Languages

anton.sajin2
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anton.sajin2 posted this 2 weeks ago
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Hi,

I want the Website to be in two languages, is that possible?

Basically if I duplicate the Home Site and change everything from German to English, would be theoritically possible?

Hi, I want the Website to be in two languages, is that possible? Basically if I duplicate the Home Site and change everything from German to English, would be theoritically possible?
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello Anton,
Thank you for using Nicepage!

It might work if you translated it manually. As for now, Nicepage doesn't support localization. If you use WordPress, you can translate the Nicepage theme and plugin using the Loco plugin: https://nicepage.com/doc/80831/translating-themes-and-plugin-with-loco

Or, you can search for WordPress multilingual plugins, there are plenty of them.

Let us know if you have any further questions.
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Lilioneta
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Hello Anton, Thank you for using Nicepage! It might work if you translated it manually. As for now, Nicepage doesn't support localization. If you use WordPress, you can translate the Nicepage theme and plugin using the Loco plugin: https://nicepage.com/doc/80831/translating-themes-and-plugin-with-loco Or, you can search for WordPress multilingual plugins, there are plenty of them. Let us know if you have any further questions. ................................................... Sincerely, Lilioneta Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp

Last edited 2 weeks ago by Support Team

anton.sajin2
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anton.sajin2 posted this 2 weeks ago

I am translating everything manually, I just wonder, If I duplicate a site and the navigation bar langauge, would that effect the original site?

I am translating everything manually, I just wonder, If I duplicate a site and the navigation bar langauge, would that effect the original site?
Vitaliy WD
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Vitaliy WD posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi.

I ask this question two years ago and get the answer that this feature implementation will be considered in future. Very strange as this is extreamly important feature for some regions but it's not ready, while Themler have it on start.

Hi. I ask this question two years ago and get the answer that this feature implementation will be considered in future. Very strange as this is extreamly important feature for some regions but it's not ready, while Themler have it on start.
anton.sajin2
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anton.sajin2 posted this 2 weeks ago

Well basically if I did create Two complete different sites, one in English and one in German, I would just need to Link it, or?

Well basically if I did create Two complete different sites, one in English and one in German, I would just need to Link it, or?
anton.sajin2
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anton.sajin2 posted this 2 weeks ago

So the only thing that the two language site gets stuck on, is that the navigation menu bar can not be changes, right?

So the only thing that the two language site gets stuck on, is that the navigation menu bar can not be changes, right?
acemang
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acemang posted this 2 weeks ago

I think the "easy" workaround is to create two different websites and create 2 buttons on both pages to change to the another page.
The problem is that If one have a problem or have something that needs to be changed the work doubles because now you have two identical pages. if you have 4 or 5 languages the work 4x or 5x.

One of the solutions is Nicepage had to have an internal database. Any time we entered a text field, that field is inserted in that database for prime language. If we added more languages new fields are created in the database to insert the text there. Nicepage could have a menu to edit all the texts in a page. To easy edit multiple languages. This needs to make core changes to Nicepage if it was not thought since the beginning. I'm a programmer so I'm not talking this with random thoughts. The problem will be more complex if we add support for Wordpress and the rest witch I don't dominate and I don't even care. I loved Nicepage part that you can export to a normal html website. Only noobs go for Wordpress websites and people that don't have a clue what well code is written that make an impact on the client. Google made AMP version for a reason they have all the statists they need to invest on that.
Nicepage focus on so many different things you can't be good at all, same time, with so little investment in development.
If this problem have 2 years I think I'm wasting my time with your product. I'm testing it, and I'm a consultor in 2 companies that I can advice them to buy your product. I would buy it if it answer all normal problems that are in 90% of websites.
I really think you have a potential product in the way, but it's not ready for me right now. Only for simple websites that require not many questions. I never done an app (I made mobile apps) that have 1 single language. I can't believe that Americans think only English matters, "let's focus on that".
To create a website from scratch takes time, and yours is a good solution to reduce time and costs. Your in the good path but can't take 2 years to be polite and do nothing about a core function.

I think the "easy" workaround is to create two different websites and create 2 buttons on both pages to change to the another page. The problem is that If one have a problem or have something that needs to be changed the work doubles because now you have two identical pages. if you have 4 or 5 languages the work 4x or 5x. One of the solutions is Nicepage had to have an internal database. Any time we entered a text field, that field is inserted in that database for prime language. If we added more languages new fields are created in the database to insert the text there. Nicepage could have a menu to edit all the texts in a page. To easy edit multiple languages. This needs to make core changes to Nicepage if it was not thought since the beginning. I'm a programmer so I'm not talking this with random thoughts. The problem will be more complex if we add support for Wordpress and the rest witch I don't dominate and I don't even care. I loved Nicepage part that you can export to a normal html website. Only noobs go for Wordpress websites and people that don't have a clue what well code is written that make an impact on the client. Google made AMP version for a reason they have all the statists they need to invest on that. Nicepage focus on so many different things you can't be good at all, same time, with so little investment in development. If this problem have 2 years I think I'm wasting my time with your product. I'm testing it, and I'm a consultor in 2 companies that I can advice them to buy your product. I would buy it if it answer all normal problems that are in 90% of websites. I really think you have a potential product in the way, but it's not ready for me right now. Only for simple websites that require not many questions. I never done an app (I made mobile apps) that have 1 single language. I can't believe that Americans think only English matters, "let's focus on that". To create a website from scratch takes time, and yours is a good solution to reduce time and costs. Your in the good path but can't take 2 years to be polite and do nothing about a core function.

Last edited 2 weeks ago by acemang

Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi,

The multilanguage functionality for the HTML sites is not implemented and is still in our wishlist, but if using CMS (WP or Joomla) then you can use the corresponding language extensions for the sites to implement the multilingual functionality.

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Hella
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Hi, The multilanguage functionality for the HTML sites is not implemented and is still in our wishlist, but if using CMS (WP or Joomla) then you can use the corresponding language extensions for the sites to implement the multilingual functionality. ................................................... Sincerely, Hella Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
anton.sajin2
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anton.sajin2 posted this 1 weeks ago

Is there a youtube video or dokumentation regarding implementing language extensions with Wordpress?

So basically I can export my current Website to Wordpress and use Nicepage in wordpress to continue or manage the Design?

I do want the Navigation Menu Bar to be in two langauges, but not with a translator plugin or in such, but yet I create everything manually.

Is there a youtube video or dokumentation regarding implementing language extensions with Wordpress? So basically I can export my current Website to Wordpress and use Nicepage in wordpress to continue or manage the Design? I do want the Navigation Menu Bar to be in two langauges, but not with a translator plugin or in such, but yet I create everything manually.
acemang
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acemang posted this 1 weeks ago

Theres lot's of multilanguage plugins for Wordpress if your going that route. You should check google for that for your needs. And most are not translator plugins. But all that will be made in Wordpress nothing in Nicepage.

You can start with this

Theres lot's of multilanguage plugins for Wordpress if your going that route. You should check google for that for your needs. And most are not translator plugins. But all that will be made in Wordpress nothing in Nicepage. [You can start with this][1] [1]: https://www.wpbeginner.com/showcase/9-best-translation-plugins-for-wordpress-websites/
Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 days ago

Hi Anton,

So basically I can export my current Website to Wordpress and use Nicepage in wordpress to continue or manage the Design?

The Nicepage plug-in in WP can be used to edit and create Pages, the design of the theme (Templates) can be changed in the desktop application and then uploaded to the site again.

Please feel free to try it and let me know if you have any other questions.

...................................................
Sincerely,
Hella
Nicepage Support Team

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Hi Anton, >So basically I can export my current Website to Wordpress and use Nicepage in wordpress to continue or manage the Design? The Nicepage plug-in in WP can be used to edit and create Pages, the design of the theme (Templates) can be changed in the desktop application and then uploaded to the site again. Please feel free to try it and let me know if you have any other questions. ................................................... Sincerely, Hella Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
Vitaliy WD
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Vitaliy WD posted this 13 hours ago

Hi Hella.

So if I put Joomla Language Switcher module to Nicepage Header then it will shown as Dropdown menu as it is in Themler?

Neither less, Nicepage IMHO is the best for HTML and no reason to use it with CMS as all content can be made in Nicepage App. So it's extreamly important to have multilanguage function in Nicepage as native tool.

Themler is still rock and more compatible to work with CMS although that it's very outdated.

Hi Hella. So if I put Joomla Language Switcher module to Nicepage Header then it will shown as Dropdown menu as it is in Themler? Neither less, Nicepage IMHO is the best for HTML and no reason to use it with CMS as all content can be made in Nicepage App. So it's extreamly important to have multilanguage function in Nicepage as native tool. Themler is still rock and more compatible to work with CMS although that it's very outdated.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 12 hours ago

Hello Vitaliy,

There are many Joomla extensions that can translate your website. Some of them add modules, and others add an icon near each text to translate. Take a look at this one: https://gtranslate.io/docs/54-joomla-module-documentation. As you can see in the doc, you can assign the module to the pages you want, so there should not be any issues with it.

...................................................
Sincerely,
Lilioneta
Nicepage Support Team

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Hello Vitaliy, There are many Joomla extensions that can translate your website. Some of them add modules, and others add an icon near each text to translate. Take a look at this one: https://gtranslate.io/docs/54-joomla-module-documentation. As you can see in the doc, you can assign the module to the pages you want, so there should not be any issues with it. ................................................... Sincerely, Lilioneta Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
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