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Subdomains, multilanguage (5 posts)

  1. kevinff
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hello there!
    I've installed wordpress as multisite, with subdomains (registrations opened).
    I'd like it to be multilanguage, i've read http://wpmututorials.com/how-to/localization/ and installed language packs, which is fine to have the panels and sites with the language we want.

    However i'd like to have different portals, let's say http://www.site.com for english, fr.site.com for french it.site.com for italian.. with the same database. This is possible if i create fr.site.com set it as french.. But.. i'd like the signup page to be in french too, wp-signup.com redirects back to www.

    What's the best way to have such localized portals? (like wordpress.com).
    Different installs with same database, and maybe symlink'ing the plugins/themes/blog.dir folders?
    Or some kind of trick to have the signup page on other subdomains?

    Anyone knows how wordpress.com does?

    Any help is appreciated, i've searched for information about it for days..!
    Thanks!

  2. kevinff
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    erm i meant wp-signup.php.. :P

  3. kevinff
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    According http://wordpress.org/support/topic/2-sign-up-page-for-wp3?replies=5 Andrea proposes to copy wp-signup and put it up in the template folder (and merge it in the template).
    Sounds good.. But if somebody already tried it or has other solutions it would be great to hear!

  4. kevinff
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Also it's really a pity that we can't include brazilian-portuguese in WordPress.
    I had to edit ms.php to make it understand "br" is brazilian and not Breton, and download the pt_BR files and name them br_BR.

    I mean, Brazil has 190 millions of citizens, and Breton is an old language from north west of france.
    The "br" domain extension is brazil not bretagne! :P
    I think it would be great that they change this..

  5. Check with the localization team on that last one. ;)

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