5 Replies Latest reply on Jun 12, 2012 1:41 PM by JanBabicky

    Structure Suggestions for International Sites

    JE Bailey Level 2

      The current CQ implementation suggests that you lay out international sites by language.

       

      So you have your main site foo and beneath it would be en, de, es to represent all the different languages that the site would be in. Once you really start to get international this structure starts to fall apart. Spanish in Spain is different then the Spanish in Mexico and the French in Africa is different then the French spoken in Canada.

       

      So we are considering a structure as follows:

       

      content/foo

      • ca
        • en
        • fr
      • mx
        • es
      • es
        • es

       

      Any feedback from others over their implementations, pro's and con's would be appreciated.

       

      -jason