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    PeaBrain®
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    Default Multi-language support design question...

    Hi!

    With the new nPower support program, I can finally see a possible way
    to support my chiropractic friend, but I can't figure out how to set
    up the initial design within Fusion 9...

    The problem is this: I would like to design an English language site
    first. Then make a complete copy of the layout (but empty where text
    would go), and let my chiropractic firend put in his Japanese text (he
    has a English/Japanese system), using nPower.

    Here's my point of confusion: I would like to have a Japanese and US
    flag at the top, so that pushing the correct one flips the language.

    How can I do this? I can't seem to figure out how you would place the
    links in the site design.
    Thanks!
    -ron
    San Jose,CA

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    Simon
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    Default Re: Multi-language support design question...

    Hi Ron, Just create a simple home/welcome screen in the 2 languages
    and two masterborders 'japanese' and 'us' and have the links from the
    flags guide the visitor to one of the two masterborders. However there
    are other ways of doing it I suppose.

    Simon

    On Fri, 11 Nov 2005 13:11:30 -0800, PeaBrain® <pea@brain.com> wrote:

    >Hi!
    >
    >With the new nPower support program, I can finally see a possible way
    >to support my chiropractic friend, but I can't figure out how to set
    >up the initial design within Fusion 9...
    >
    >The problem is this: I would like to design an English language site
    >first. Then make a complete copy of the layout (but empty where text
    >would go), and let my chiropractic firend put in his Japanese text (he
    >has a English/Japanese system), using nPower.
    >
    >Here's my point of confusion: I would like to have a Japanese and US
    >flag at the top, so that pushing the correct one flips the language.
    >
    >How can I do this? I can't seem to figure out how you would place the
    >links in the site design.
    >Thanks!
    >-ron
    >San Jose,CA


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