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jDiction 2.2.0 released. http://jdiction.org/downloads

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 on: October 14, 2018, 09:43:17 pm 
Started by Fletz1 - Last post by Harald Leithner
Ok i will check rhia the next days... Thx for reporting

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 on: October 14, 2018, 07:43:32 pm 
Started by Fletz1 - Last post by corvuscorax
can you please test the version in the this thread https://forum.jdiction.org/index.php/topic,1241.new/topicseen.html#new

Just tested this with jdiction 2.2.3-git.bf78863. Exact same error/broken links as with 2.2.2

With jdiction 1.4.2 (which we just happened to have laying around) the error does not occur. This must be a regression somewhen post 1.4.2.


 3 
 on: October 14, 2018, 05:58:06 pm 
Started by Fletz1 - Last post by Harald Leithner
can you please test the version in the this thread https://forum.jdiction.org/index.php/topic,1241.new/topicseen.html#new

 4 
 on: October 14, 2018, 05:48:25 pm 
Started by Fletz1 - Last post by sammy
I am having the same issue with Joomla 3.8.13 and Jdiction 2.2.2

This is happening with a fresh installation of Joomla on a ubuntu 16.04 LTS
Current PHP version is 7.0.32-0ubuntu0.16.04.1

The jdlanguage module generates broken links to the different translations of the currently displayed article, which all result in a 404 error.

This is reproducible on this system with a fresh installation of only Joomla and jdiction with as little as one article and 3 languages

IMPORTANT DETAIL: The error does not appear if the Joomla installation is directly in the document root, so with a site url of

http://localhost/index.php
visiting the site under
http://localhost/index.php/de/

everything works fine! The links to the translated versions get correctly generated as
http://localhost/index.php/en/
http://localhost/index.php/de/
...etc

however if Joomla is installed in a subfolder such as

http://localhost/test/index.php

the first page view works, redirecting to
http://localhost/test/index.php/de/
but the links to the translated version of the article are broken such as
http://localhost/test/index.php/en/p/de/
http://localhost/test/index.php/he/p/de/

the link always consists of the correct URL suffixed by garbage that was part of the originating article's URL  - with its length depending on the URL length:

another example:
If the joomla installation is in

http://localhost/thisisareallylongtestwithareallylongname/index.php
then the translation links on
http://localhost/thisisareallylongtestwithareallylongname/index.php/en/

link towards

http://localhost/thisisareallylongtestwithareallylongname/index.php/de/longtestwithareallylongname/index.php/en/

generated html code:
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<a href="http://localhost/thisisareallylongtestwithareallylongname/index.php/de/longtestwithareallylongname/index.php/en/" target="_self" class="jDlang lang de-DE" title="Deutsch (Deutschland) - Pagetitile" style="background-image: url(/thisisareallylongtestwithareallylongname/media/mod_languages/images/de_de.gif);"></a>

Hope that helps in reproduction and fixing this.

 5 
 on: October 12, 2018, 10:04:06 am 
Started by arttitude - Last post by Harald Leithner
I have no idea how Yootheme works, but if it uses joomla Articles it should work to translate, if its a complex editor then thats maybe tricky.

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 on: October 12, 2018, 08:07:42 am 
Started by arttitude - Last post by arttitude
HI everybody

I started to create a joomla webpage with a Yootheme Pro template. The yootheme pro have a special Page Builder with a lots of great functions - parallax effect, animations and so on. BUT it has a a very closed building surface. So in this way it is impossible to translate the articles created by the pagebuilder.
IS there anybody who met this probleme? Do anybody found a solution to the yootheme pro article translation?

Thanks in advance
Geri

 7 
 on: September 25, 2018, 12:21:55 pm 
Started by wonderland - Last post by Harald Leithner
I have a test version that should work at https://forum.jdiction.org/index.php?topic=1241.new;topicseen#new

 8 
 on: September 22, 2018, 01:58:55 pm 
Started by frank - Last post by Harald Leithner
Would you please test the attached version?

 9 
 on: September 15, 2018, 08:26:20 pm 
Started by frank - Last post by frank
any news on the bug fixes?

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 on: September 02, 2018, 11:04:52 pm 
Started by frank - Last post by frank
Oh and I thought I should point out that the jdlanguage module uses the relative urls instead of the absolute urls in the headers, SEMRUSH has issues with that and advises against using relative URLS.   

This was easier for me to fix. in the mod_jdlanguage.php file

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