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multi-culture project

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  1. Bachar Zeidan
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    01 Jul 2010
    02 Jul 2010
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    hello everybody,                                                                                                                                                               In these days I rad many topics on this form about the development  (multi-culture project whith Sitefinity) . I' am interesting to know what about the structure of siteMap and pages and if it's true that it exists just one sitemap structure with the same numbre of pages for each language.Something like an Abstract Object(Sitemap) for the default language and all other language have the same structure but with a different behaviors? if i'am wrong what about the structure of sitemap and pages in a multi-culture project!?      thx a lot.       
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    12 Sep 2017
    04 Jul 2010
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    Hello Bachar Zeidan,

    There is only one SiteMap and all pages of this SiteMap can be translated to the cultured you have enabled in the web.config. You could have several language versions of a single page

     - the pages could be identical - you can copy the structure and the content from a language version that already exists

    - you could not copy the stricture and the content from a language version that already exists and create a completely new structure and content for a given language of the same page.

    All the best,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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