2012/7/31 Platonides <platonides(a)gmail.com>om>:
On 31/07/12 09:31, Strainu wrote:
Can we get the uselang, too?
(eg. by adding $uselang in the target url)
So not only is the banner in the appropiate language but the user is
sent to a website the appropiate language, too. (if supported)
Why would we want to do that?
So that the user is sent to the local website in the
And if we do that, where would we send people
with English as language?
To the page in English language, of course :)
For instance, we provide the url as http://www.wikilm.es/$lang/
users are sent to:
Oh, OK, my understanding was that you want to send people with
uselang=fr but located in Romania to wikilovesmonuments.fr, which
doesn't make a lot of sense.
Still, your idea doesn't scale well without changes to the server
configuration, which I'm not sure is possible on all the websites
(e,g, Spain will need to have /es, /en, /cat and possibly /fr, /pt
etc.). I think that as long as the pages in other languages are
visibly linked from the main page, we're ok with redirecting to the
main page of the site.