ftw.subsite provides a Subsite content type for embedding another website within a Plone site. It does this by defining it as navigation root.
It is possible to define a language on a subsite content, which overrides the default behavior of how Plone deals with languages (PloneLanguageTool). If you define a language on a subsite all content on and in the subsite will be delivered in the chosen language. This functionality is not related to the product LinguaPlone.
Make sure you have all languages activated you want, for example:
environment-vars = PTS_LANGUAGES de en fr zope_i18n_allowed_languages de en fr
ftw.subsite has its own language switch viewlet which is based on the Subsite configuration. You can connect two or more subsites with different languages together by referencing each other with the custom reference field on the Subsite.
Custom CSS for a Subsite
Custom Logo for a Subsite. The logo is registered with a different name subsite.logo. The setup of ftw.subsite hides the default plone logo. You can change this afterwards if you like.
Plone 4.1 support has been dropped due to Plonebugs which interfere with our testsetup which were fixed in Plone 4.2.
Last Version of ftw.subsite to support Plone 4.1 is 1.3.0.
- Add ftw.subsite to your buildout configuration:
[instance] eggs += ftw.subsite
- Install the generic import profile.
- Main github project repository: https://github.com/4teamwork/ftw.subsite
- Issue tracker: https://github.com/4teamwork/ftw.subsite/issues
- Package on pypi: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/ftw.subsite
- Continuous integration: https://jenkins.4teamwork.ch/search?q=ftw.subsite
This package is copyright by 4teamwork.
ftw.subsite is licensed under GNU General Public License, version 2.