This project should be a copy-paste kind of project for experienced web developers.
We are building a multilingual website and webstore on the DudaMobile (DudaOne) platform. Although Duda fully supports multilingual features, the content of the webshop surprisingly isn't. In other words: the description of a product can only be shown in one language.
As we can edit the content related HTML code of the website, we want to build a simple workaround by hiding and showing div's, based on the URL of the website. We would then group the product description in a div per language...
The code's logic should be something like this:
Each div has a reference: 'NL', 'EN', 'FR' and 'DE'
Break up the URL: it looks like '[url removed, login to view]', it should only look at what comes directly after the first dash: the language ref.
By default, 'NL' should be shown, all other divs should be hidden.
IF the content after the first dash contains the following exact strings:
-"en-gb": hide 'NL' and show 'EN'
-"fr": hide 'NL' and show 'FR'
-'de': hide 'NL and show 'DE'
Website's URL and pw (it's not public yet) available upon request.
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