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Old July 30th, 2004, 02:56 PM
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I'm making a page that supports two languages. To control the text, I'm going to use the method I've seen on PHP-Nuke where all non-database text is stored in variables and included from a language file.

Currently I have an image button in the menu that toggles a variable in the address bar. I'm using $_GET to pull the variable to dynamically generate the include language file as well as to change the certain layout graphics.

This method fails when I go to other sections of my site and the language variable isn't carried over. I've checked PHP.net but was unable to find an answer.
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If the get value is used to set the language on every page, it surely has to be in the querystring of every page. Your answer, then is simply to change every internal link on your site to:
<a href="page.php?lingo=<?php echo $_GET['lingo']; ?>">

Not terribly elegant, though.

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Is there a way to make it more elegant? By including it as a session variable or cookie?

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