How database driven content localization is done?

Hi,

We are developing a site which needs to be localized, But we store the
content into the database records. Anyone has ideas about how to
localize a database based application?

It should not use the google translate. Instead the content author
shall provide multiple language content.

Any example CMS which is using localized language options?

Regards,

Krish

show source of I18n , and use placeholders.
No problem
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Best Regards, Dieinzige

I am sorry, I am very new to rails.

Let say I have blog post model with the following properties

  1. Title
  2. Description
  3. created_at
  4. updated_at
  5. slug

In the above model, I need to localize title and description. If that
is the case, how it would be done?

We have english, south indian and hindi language choices. Atleast 6
languages.

Regards,

Krish

On 11 March 2010 19:21, karikrishni [email protected] wrote:

In the above model, I need to localize title and description. If that
is the case, how it would be done?

Have a look at the rails guides at http://guides.rubyonrails.org/.
There is one on internationalisation. However if you are new to Rails
I would start with Getting Started and work through the rest. Going
straight to I18N without a reasonable knowledge of ruby and rails
might cause brain overload.

Colin

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