This window opens when you click on the Add... or Edit... buttons in the Entry page window if you select Show the Entry page and ask for the choice of language or Detect the language automatically, and you can specify various parameters for the languages available for your website.
The options are:
|▪||Language name to show: you can enter the name of the language you want to make available. Click on the arrow next to the field to open a popup menu showing a list of possible languages, and select the one you want to add. You can also type the name of the language directly in the field.|
|▪||Image file for this language (eg. flag): this is only available if you have selected the Show the Entry page and ask for the choice of language option, and you can specify the name of the graphic file to use to create the button for the language. Click on to select the .JPG, .GIF or .PNG file to use to create a button with the image of the flag that represents the language, for example.|
If you don't associate any image with the button, a text link will be created automatically, using the Language name to show as the text.
|▪||Language reference code: this is only available if you have selected the Detect the language automatically option, and it specifies the code to use to refer to the language. Click on the arrow next to the field to open a menu with the list of commonly-used codes: you can select a code from the list or type it in the field manually.|
|▪||Link for this Language (eg show the WebSite in this language): this is only available if you have selected the Show the Entry page and ask for the choice of language option, and you can create a link on the image that you import using the Image file for this language (eg. flag) option. Click on the button to open the Link window where you can select the action and relative options. If, for example, the website in the language indicated by the flag has already been published, you can select the File or URL option and enter the URL (website address) to link up to it (e.g. http//www.mysite.com/en/index.html). If you are working on the default language, you cannot use this option because it is automatically linked to the Home page of the current website.|
|▪||URL for this language: this is only available if you have selected the Detect the language automatically option, and you can define the URL which the visitor is redirected to if his browser is in this language. Relative URLs (for example en/) are also accepted.|