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Imagine you type the address of an HTML document e. This way you request an HTML page.
It could be illustrated like this: As you can see, the server simply sends an HTML file to the client. Only when the server has done what it is supposed to do, the result is then sent to the client. It is important to understand that the client only sees the result of the server's work, not the actual instructions. Therefore, you cannot see how a PHP page is made by using "view source". For rare languages , three letters are used. For some speakers, the country part may seem redundant.
Directory structure To use Gettext, we will need to adhere to a specific structure of folders. First, you will need to select an arbitrary root for your l10n files in your source repository. Plural forms As we said in the introduction, different languages might sport different plural rules. However, gettext saves us from this trouble once again. When creating a new.
When calling Gettext in code, you will have to specify the number related to the sentence, and it will work out the correct form to use - even using string substitution if needed. Plural rules include the number of plurals available and a boolean test with n that would define in which rule the given number falls starting the count with 0.
When calling out Gettext to do localization on sentences with counters, you will have to give him the related number as well. Gettext will work out what rule should be in effect and use the correct localized version. You will need to include in the. It describes the file encoding, plural forms and other things that are less relevant. The second section translates a simple string from English to Brazilian Portuguese, and the third does the same, but leveraging string replacement from sprintf so the translation may contain the user name and visit date.
The last section is a sample of pluralization forms, displaying the singular and plural version as msgid in English and their corresponding translations as msgstr 0 and 1 following the number given by the plural rule. The plural forms always have two msgid singular and plural , so it is advised not to use a complex language as the source of translation.
Discussion on l10n keys As you might have noticed, we are using as source ID the actual sentence in English. Also, pardon me for using images to display the codes rather than showing you a raw text because it can't format properly on my WordPress subscription but don't worry, I'll be uploading the finished product on the end of this tutorial to double-check your work.
Setting up your server Now that your all set and go, as the basics of programming goes, let's start by creating a simple shoutout of "hello world" in our server. From that part, you have now created a Local URL for your website. That folder will be used to supply in all website files. Open up your text editor and let's get started! I use sublime text as my text editor.
It's not really a big factor but it's just a preference on which one would you like to use. Directory as seen on the top part of the image Now that you have the file.
You should see a random PID s and the default port number. Apache is the name of our web server wherein it will handle all the files as well as serve as the communication to the web browser and MySQL is our database which will store all of our information.
Open up your web browser and in the address bar, type localhost. If it's the first time you run it, it will ask what language would you prefer, just simply pick and it will lead you to the menu. Now let's try running the website you just placed. It should be the same as the picture below.
If you will notice that the URL is MyFirstWebsite, it is derived from the htdocs folder and it automatically reads files that are named "index" Be it index. You can also create your custom name for the URL by simply renaming the folder but let's just stick to MyFirstWebsite.
Note: If you don't have a file named index and you entered the URL, you will receive an error for not having the file on the server.
If you do have different files that are not named index. Creating the public HTML Pages Next, let's re-modify our website and add a registration link where our users can register as well as a Log-in page right after getting registered. Let's modify our home page with the following code: index. Let's create the registration page first: register. Now for the login page: Hint: Just copy-paste the same code to make things faster. Click here for the complete login.
Creating the database and it's tables Now that we have our basic page for the public. Let's proceed to the database. Just leave the Collation as is. You have just successfully created your first database.
Now from there, let's create a table wherein we can register our users and display information. Adding users to the database Now that we have our tables. Let's move on to the fun part, getting your registration page into action. From your registration.