A Django application that allow you to specify the language of a page in the URL.
The localeurl Django application allows you to specify the language of a page in the URL.
Suppose you have a Django website in multiple languages. Using localeurl, without modifying your URLconfs, you can have URLs like this: http://www.example.com/nl/company/profile. Any URLs without a language prefix will be redirected to add the prefix for the default language (or, optionally, the language preferred in the user’s browser settings).
Some reasons for using localeurl:
Search engines will index all languages.
Every page should have a unique URL. If you feel that different languages means different pages, then each language should get its own unique URL.
If you don’t set the language via the URL, setting the language for the website should be done using a POST request (because it influences subsequent page views, see Django ticket #3651). You might prefer a simple link for changing the language, and localeurl allows this.
You can install localeurl with pip:
pip install django-localeurl
or install the in-development version:
pip install django-localeurl==dev
See the full documentation.
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