Locales define not only the language of the interface but also the formating of dates/times as well as the first day of the week (used when displaying the calendar).
Using the Locales tab, you can set the default locale for your blog posts. You can edit locales, enable / disable them and create your own locale too.
In the Regional Settings section, you can choose the default locale for your blog posts, using the drop down list available.[image:485:]
The default locale is used for displaying the login screen when there is no locale provided by the browser or for displaying the back-office as long as a user hasn?t selected a different locale. Blogs are always displayed with the locale configured for that blog.
This table lists all the available locales and allows you to create your own locales. You can also enable various locales of your choice, edit the name, date & time format and prioritize your locales. To save any changes you make to this table, you need to click on the VSaveW button below the table. The VResetW button will reset all the fields to the original values when the page was loaded.[image:485:]
The manual for show translation is under construction.[image:485:]
You can enable one or more locales by ticking the checkbox in the VEnabledW column against each locale.
You can edit the display name of the locale by typing a name of your choice in the VNameW column.
For each locale, you can edit the date format and month format columns and provide values of your choice.
You can also choose the start day of the week in the VStart of WeekW column.
- Sample date formats : d/m/y, m/d/y, d.m.y
- Sample time formats : h:i:s, h:i:s a
Priority is highest. Priority is important when selecting a locale from a language code and several locales match the same language. This can happen when detecting browser language. Priority also affects the order in which locales are displayed in dropdown boxes. To change the priority of a locale, you have to VEditW the locale. Please refer to the VEditing a localeW section for details on how to edit a locale.
Modifying the display order of your locales
The Up & Down Arrows in the VEditW column can be used to re-order the position of locales within the table. The order of the enabled locales in this table will also be the order of the locales presented in the drop down list in the Regional Settings section too, when choosing your default locale.
Copying a Locale to a new locale
Clicking the VcopyW icon in the VEditW column will take you to the Vcreate new localeW page and pre-fill the fields of the create page with the details of the locale you copied. You can then edit the various fields and click on VCreateW to create your own locale.
Editing a locale
Clicking the VeditW icon in the VEditW column will display the details of the locale. You can then edit the various fields and click on VCreateW to save your changes to the locale.
For example, if you want to edit the Priority, you can change the value of the priority field in the edit screen and click on VCreateW.
Clicking the VRestore default settingsW icon in the VEditW column will delete all your historical changes to the locale and will restore the default settings for the locale.
Clicking the VRestore DefaultsW link below the Available Locales table will restore the default settings for all the locales displayed in the table.
Created by • Last edit by on Oct 06, 2015