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[libreoffice-website] Home files on SilverStripe


I'am the translator for Upper Sorbian and Lower Sorbian.

I have a problem with the Home files to be translated. One of them will be attached to the URL as "home", for Lower Sorbian the complete URL will be then:


and the second Home file to be translated will be attached to the URL as "home-2".


The problem is: If I enter dsb.libreoffice.org in the address bar, no translated content is shown because there is no content in "home" except for the SilverStripe dummy text. The actual content is in "home-2". But "home" is affiliated to dsb.libreoffice.org so this page is empty except for the tweets content and the Follow us buttons.

I have to interchange the "show in menus?" setting for "home" and "home-2" to see the content of "home-2". But, as dsb.libreoffice.org probably is affiliated to "home", I have to click the Home button (Lower Sorbian: STARTOWY BOK) to see the contents (DOWNLOAD NOW slider).

Thanks and kind regards,


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[libreoffice-website] Re: Home files on SilverStripeJean Spiteri <beimaginativeegroup@gmail.com>
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