How to globalize a static page?

Hello,

In a rails application, I have a static welcome page and I want to
translate my website. I think to use I18n for this is an uggly solution
because there is a lot of html. I don’t find a good solution for
globalize3 and activeadmin.

Is there a better solution?

Thank You!

Guirec C. ha scritto:

Hello,

In a rails application, I have a static welcome page and I want to
translate my website. I think to use I18n for this is an uggly solution
because there is a lot of html. I don’t find a good solution for
globalize3 and activeadmin.

This is the gem you’re looking for:
https://github.com/stefanoverna/activeadmin-globalize3

I use it with this other gem to use wysihtml5:
https://github.com/stefanoverna/activeadmin-wysihtml5

Le 2013-01-19 14:51, Tommaso V. a crit :

I use it with this other gem to use wysihtml5:
https://github.com/stefanoverna/activeadmin-wysihtml5

I tried it but I have this :

|undefined method `translated_inputs’ for
#ActiveAdmin::FormBuilder:0x000000056dd2d8

There is no better solution?
|

Hi
1.
class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base
protect_from_forgery

before_filter :set_locale

def set_locale
# update sessions if passed
session[:locale] = params[:locale] if params[:locale]

# set locale based on sessions or default
I18n.locale = session[:locale] || I18n.default_locale

end

end

  1. create a
    index.html.erb
    and a translated index.de.html.erb

the ‘de’ is the language code. so take what you need: en fr it etc.

Am Samstag, 19. Januar 2013 20:11:13 UTC+1 schrieb Guirec C.:

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