By: Tom Muck on Tuesday, October 24, 2006
There are various ways to create a data-driven multi-language site, but the method I will show in this article series uses an underused technique involving ColdFusion custom tags.
Basically, the technique shown will turn any simple, well-formed HTML or XHTML page into a content management system with only one tag required on the page. This first part of this series showed the principles behind the custom tag technique.
This part will implement the database tables and custom ColdFusion functionality to turn HTML tags into database-driven dynamic tags to implement the multi-language aspect.
The Multi-Language ColdFusion Content Management System Series:
A Simple Multi-language ColdFusion Content Management System - Part 1
A Simple Multi-language ColdFusion Content Management System - Part 2
A Simple Multi-Language ColdFusion Content Management System - Part 3
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