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    Troy Guest

    Default Internationalization

    Does anyone have any insight into how to implement internationalization in ASP. Things such as displaying different text messages. Would this require duplication of all pages or somehow reading a file to get strings? Any ideas would be appreciated.

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    Nathan Pond Guest

    Default RE: Internationalization

    There is a good article at about using the dictionary object to go International with your web site. It is written by Frank Fernandez, who I have had the pleasure of working with during my internship last summer. The link is:<BR><BR><BR><BR>Hope this helps some<BR><BR>Nathan

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    Jean-Luc Guest

    Default RE: Internationalization

    Hi,<BR>No you don&#039t have to duplicate pages. I managed to do a website in three languages (couldn&#039t have been x languages, it doesn&#039t matter) without duplicating one page. Nothing really spectacular about it. Every items on a page is stored with a number in a table (key: page#,item#,language; attributes:text). I am accessing the table in for each item, if a plain text I just write, if a graphic I embedded the text in the "&#060;img src=" code. So far I didn&#039t see much problems but I had a look in the article on the 15seconds website and I will see how I can do with it. If you want to see the end result just go to . My only problem was the size of the text which is not the same depending on the language.<BR><BR>jean-luc

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