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Site Translator: Manage the translation of texts to multiple idioms

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sitetranslator 1.0GNU General Publi...Localization, Databases, Libraries
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Site Translator is a small collection of classes which enable the creation of dynamic multilingual websites.

The framework allows editors and translators to login and edit the site translations in realtime.

The text translations are stored in a MySQL database table for a flexible way to query and update the translations to the supported idioms.

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Sometimes Web developers have the need to implement the same site in multiple idioms.

The translation is often done progressively by multiple professionals of the field that are not aware of Web development but know how to translate and review the translated texts to the idioms that are meant to be supported.

This package provides a Web based content management solution to address the needs of translating content to multiple idioms done by professionals that can login to the translation site and do their job remotely in a way that does not depend nor interfere with the Web developers work.

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SiteTranslator Installation
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The following README describes a two stage installation, the first 
step details how to install SiteTranslator with the demonstration data
using the LocalisedTextBaseDemo class. The resulting pages containing localised
text will not be editable, however they will verify that the SiteTranslator
classes and editing environment  have been correctly installed.

1. Place the contents of this package into a directory on your server.

2. Unzip the contents of flags.zip

3. Configure SiteTranslatorConfig.php, most of the required data
   for demonstration of SiteTRanslator is already set. You must
   configure the following:
   
 i.  Point $translationDir to the absoluterlocation of the 'translation' 
     directory on your server.
    
 ii. Point $flagHomeSmall and $flagHomeLarge to the absolute directory
     of the flag images on your server.
     
4. Fire up your browser and navigate to demo/index.php. You should be 
   able to view this page in English, German and Russian. You can also try
   logging in as an editor in order to view the interactive interface
   used to translate these pages.
   
   
Once you have got this far you will probably want to place the text in a database
so that you can perform translations.

Create a database, or use an exisiting one on your site. The file demo/demo.sql
provides a schema and some data so that you can run the same demonstration as
above but this time using a database.

1. Import the contents of demo/demo.sql into your database

2. Configure SiteTranslatorConfig.php to use LocalisedTextBaseMySQL.php, to do this
   change the 'require' at the start of the file to use this class. Secondly
   change the constructor of SiteTranslatorConfig to create an instance of 
   LocalisedTextBaseMySQL.
   
3. Configure the database parameters of SiteTranslatorConfig, these are all
   the variables starting with $mysql*.
   
4. Fire up your browser and navigate to demo/index.php. You should be 
   able to view this page in English, German and Russian. You can now login
   as an editor or translator and actually start changing the localised text.
   
That is just about it.

Any questions? 

Colin E.
webmaster@juggligndb.com
   
   
 


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Accessible without login Plain text file addnew.php Appl. Translation framework
Accessible without login Plain text file demo.php Example Example usage
Accessible without login Plain text file index.php Appl. Tranlsation framework
Plain text file LocalisedTextBaseMySQL.php Class Persisitance class using a mySQL database
Accessible without login Plain text file login.php Appl. Tranlsation framework
Accessible without login Plain text file logout.php Appl. Tranlsation framework
Accessible without login Plain text file menu.php Appl. Tranlsation framework
Accessible without login Plain text file README.txt Doc. Installation instructions
Plain text file SiteTranslator.php Class Class used to display localised text
Plain text file SiteTranslatorAdmin.php Class Extends SiteTranslator to provide editor and translator functionality
Plain text file SiteTranslatorConfig.php Class Configuration file
Accessible without login Plain text file translate.php Appl. Tranlsation framework

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