Traditional Powershell commands require a -Language param to retrieve specific item versions. Locating items with out a specified language is a challenge. Here is a great work around.
Posts Tagged ‘language’
The use case for this blog is to enable item-level fallback on all items based on any user-defined template (or based on any template located in a given folder). Here are three steps you need to follow in order to set up the language fallback functionality in Sitecore: Enable site-level fallback in WebsiteApp_ConfigIncludeSitecore.LanguageFallback.config. Specify the […]
When we talk about Site Clusters — as you hopefully read in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series — we’re referring to the localization strategy for translating a website from one localized language to many other localized languages. Let’s imagine you have a website which you want to distribute to all of North America.
If you want to bulk manipulate by moving content from one language to another, SCORE comes with a language manipulation feature that can help. On the flip side, if you want to remove languages from your system, you can use PowerShell to automate this. Imagine that our site is currently in English with an en […]
[su_note note_color=”#fafafa”]A colleague of mine – Maryna Veller – has discovered and diagnosed a very interesting issue with Sitecore’s language resolution on Windows 10. This blog post is the result of her findings[/su_note] Sunny Morning You have a site. Perfectly architected, beautifully built, working like a well oiled machine on Sitecore 8 and Windows 8. […]
I am feeling good today and I invite you to read below and smile along with me. [su_note note_color=”#fafafa”]All tests pass as written on Sitecore 7.1 Update 1. Isolation provided by Sitecore.FakeDb[/su_note] The Stage There Is A Language With No Name A Language With No Name Has No Name Is There Really A Language With […]