Where to config language display date

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Where to config language display date

Postby Xulamp » 15. October 2007 18:04

I have a problem.
When retrieving date from the server it's coming in english. How to change to other language???
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Postby Wiedmann » 15. October 2007 21:58

Maybe the Website you access ist not translated to another language?
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Tks but..

Postby Xulamp » 18. October 2007 21:13

Wiedmann wrote:Maybe the Website you access ist not translated to another language?


Tks for the response Wiedmann but its the site is on my pc. I know that I have to change something in my apaches or mysql configuration but I do not know what. If I change I know that I will retrieve the date in my language not in english.

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Postby Wiedmann » 18. October 2007 21:55

but its the site is on my pc

So you are talking about a script/HTML page made by you?

If I change I know that I will retrieve the date in my language not in english.

If you change what? And from where you retrieve the date? With which script language, and which code?
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Joomla installation..

Postby Xulamp » 23. October 2007 18:09

Tks Wiedmann for your friendly support. Sorry for not making myself clearly enough.
I installed joomla locally and I added this code:
<div id="date"><?php echo mosCurrentDate(); ?></div>
This will retrieve date from my xampp install.
The date is coming in english. how to change to porguese?

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Postby Wiedmann » 23. October 2007 18:39

I installed joomla locally and I added this code:
<div id="date"><?php echo mosCurrentDate(); ?></div>

Well, I don't know what this funktion exactly do... But after a quick Google search I found, that there is a global config option for the locale in Mambo.

Maybe it can be also help to set the date.timezone option in "php.ini", if you are using PHP5.1.x

BTW:
IMHO you shold better ask this question in a Mambo forum.
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thank you

Postby Xulamp » 25. October 2007 18:10

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