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Urgent question about EZ Publish CMS

Tuesday 29 September 2009 5:49:10 pm - 2 replies

I am starting new project to provide translation and create different language version of English website managed by EZ Publish CMS. I have the following question:

1- Do EZ Publish CMS have support for multilanguage sites (does it has the ability to have different language versions of the same page as other CMSs)?

2- EZ Publish CMS can import/export content (so we can translate it using trados and then import the translations back)?

3- how workflows work in order to implement review cycles and also notify us when somebody changes anything in the English site so we can translate that.?

4- Does the pages templates could support direction change (for the Arabic/RTL support)?

I really appreciate if some one can answer me or provide me with resources.

Yasser Ahmad
Web Lead Developer
sailor152 @ gmail.com

Tuesday 29 September 2009 6:16:49 pm


Welcome to the eZ Publish community!

1) Yes, eZ Publish is very strong in multilingual support. See http://ez.no/doc/ez_publish/techn...i_language/working_with_translations.

2) Yes, there are import/export utilities available. I've not used trados, however. eZ Publish has native translation support.

3) Review cycle workflows: Yes (you can do a simple approval workflow or do something more complex with object states: http://ez.no/developer/articles/e...itorial_workflow_with_object_states). Notifications: I'm not aware of language-based notifications, only node-based notifications. This may require a custom workflow.

4) Yes, we've done a site with both RTL and LTR languages. Template and CSS adjustments are of course necessary, but it's not difficult.

Tuesday 29 September 2009 9:04:26 pm

Hi there,

concerning Trados we have a the solution already build.

Check this url. Contact me for details if you want to know more.



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