Note Creating child nodes in a language that doesn’t yet exist for the parent node is no longer supported.While past versions tried to resolve such situation with fallback URLs, it turns out to be very prone to bugs when moving page brances or changing the translated parent slug slugs.
This allowed editing the opening view, and “thank you view” as 2 separate area’s.
The enable multiple languages, configuring django-parler is sufficient.
This could even include detecting the sub-domain, and setting the language accordingly.
Typically, a project consists of some standard modules, and perhaps one or two custom types.
Creating these is easy, as shown in the following sections: Now, the plugin will be visible in the “Add page” dialog: After adding it, the admin interface will be visible: The appearance on the website depends on the site’s CSS theme, of course.
Each node type can have it’s own custom fields, attributes, URL patterns and rendering.