Am 07.01.2011 13:10, schrieb Andras Timar:
1. How to change the page footer (impressum etc.) Currently it is in German.
The wrong theme (libox) was set in the sitetree, I've changed it now to
'tdf' which includes the english footer used by all (sub)sites.
The footer is defined in the cms directly and cannot be modified using
the backend of silverstripe.
2. How to translate www.libreoffice.org pages. I see that some of them
are translated e.g. in German.
This works via 'Translations' tab from the Main site by generating a
virtual page in your language. I've done this for the download page now
and gave you publisher access to the main site for editing content.
You choose Main on top and English (US) in the left panel, then click
the Download page, choose tab Translations and click the Hungarian
translation which is still untranslated to edit it.
On your subsite I created a virtual page and selected the source.
Of course you may delete all this (delete from preview) in case it is
useless for you.
3. How to copy pages (e.g. what to do if I want to have a localized
dowload page like http://www.libreoffice.org/download under
Well the way this is to be done is described above.
If all above are documented, then I need only links.
Check out the Silverstripe 'Help' tab from the backend or go to
doc.silverstripe.org for more detailed informations.
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