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Once again, I will post a ridiculously short and simple post. In this post I will demonstrate how to enable localization on products module. The idea is, of course, that we can have different versions of products depending on the culture/language end user selected.
NOTE #1: Since this post is a part of the sequential series, at the very least, you should read the introductory post and set up the project as it was explained there.
NOTE #2: Localization feature is not available in the Sitefinity Community version.
In order to enable localization on products module, we will have to do two things:
To enable localization for the site, open your web.config file and navigate to the following element: telerik/localization
and change the persistenceMode to PathPrefix (any value other than none, will turn on the localization). While at the topic, let me segue to the list of possible values for the PersistanceMode property (NOTE: this list applies only to Sitefinity 3.5 and higher):
So, the localization element with enabled localization for site, English as default language and English and Croatian as supported languages would look like this:
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