Special language criteria

Some special loop criteria make it possible to retrieve articles in a specifically desired language. {{{lang}}} First of all, the quite simple {lang} criterion enables us to select the visitor’s language or a specific language:
// language of the visitor
<BOUCLE_art(ARTICLES){lang}> ... </BOUCLE_art>
// English language (en)
<BOUCLE_art(ARTICLES){lang=en}> ... </BOUCLE_art>
{{{traduction}}} The {traduction} criterion enables us to list the various translations of an article:
    <BOUCLE_traductions(ARTICLES) {traduction}{par lang}>
In this case, all the translations of an article will be displayed (including the current article, which could be excluded by specifically adding the {exclus} criterion). {{{origine_traduction}}} This criterion enables us to retrieve the original source article for a particular translated article, that being the one that serves as the source reference to the other translations. To show all of the source articles, use:
<BOUCLE_sources(ARTICLES) {origine_traduction}>
#TITRE (#LANG)<br />
To show the original translation for an article (the one in the current context):
  <BOUCLE_origine(ARTICLES) {traduction}{origine_traduction}>
    #TITRE (#LANG)


Display an article in the visitor’s language where possible, and if not, then in the main language. We start by listing, for a section, all the articles which serve as sources for the creation of translations. We then continue by checking if a translation exists in the language requested by the visitor. Depending on the result, we display the title of the translated article or that of the source article.
	  // if a translation does exist
	  // otherwise use the original article's title

Author Mark Baber Published : Updated : 27/06/10

Translations : English, français, Nederlands