The Language selector control (both in the admin and public part) displays the lanuages that are set in the application web.config:
|<localization defaultProvider="Sitefinity" persistenceMode="PathPrefix"
|defaultCulture="es" cultures="en, fr, es, de, cym">
Note that the culture cym
above is used as an example and inserting this code will not get you there:)
Now about Welsh support. We checked for the respective .NET language code in this MSDN article: Culture Names and Identifiers
and it wasn't listed there. This means that unfortunately it is not supported by .NET and you should create a custom culture (e.g. cym
) and add it to the web site cultures in the application web.config. A very good example is provided here:
How to: Create Custom Cultures
What you need to do afterwards in order to set up a multilingual site is described here:
User Manual > Multilingual Content Management
. You will find information about localization at the web site and web page levels, as well as localizing the content created with the built-in Sitefinity modules.
We hope this information helps. Let us know if you need any further assistance.
the Telerik team