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Re: Editable template with multilingual
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kamalc
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Common Header and Footer with Editable Templates in multilingual site​Please see if the suggestions on this thread are helpful. Thanks!

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Re: Common Header and Footer with Editable Templates in multilingual site
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Hi, really appreciate your follow up on this. I actually implemented it more or less like what you have described.Instead of extending the Experience Fragment component, I built a new component that I call 'Reference' component which is able to dynamically calculate the path of my header and footer based on the language root. By doing this, my header can be a regular component on any page or an Experience Fragment. I found no advantage to using Experience Fragments so to speak other than being a...

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Re: Common Header and Footer with Editable Templates in multilingual site
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I actually watched it. I found the link from one of your posts in reply to a similar question. Unfortunately, that session did not address the implementation aspect of this. It only talks about setting up the site structure based on the languages, countries and business model of an organization. It does not get into any implementation details.

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Common Header and Footer with Editable Templates in multilingual site
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HelloI searched long and hard everywhere but did not find a satisfactory answer to this. I'm using AEM 6.5 Editable Templates to build a site that will be translated to multiple languages.What are some common techniques for creating a common Header & Footer that can be edited by content authors? The we-retail & wknd implementations seem extremely simple and not representative of real-world use cases.Below are some use cases I can think of.1. Extra content in menu drop-downs in Navigation.2. Huge...

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Re: Short URLs in Multi-domain setup with Dispatcher
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Thanks for your help so far. To answer some of your questions, I'm using apache on CentOS and AEM 6.4.3. I have all of my virtual hosts configured as required, configured dispatcher, etc. Everything is working as expected. My question is only about URL shortening using resource maps in /etc/map/http.Somehow the hundreds of blog posts on the topic including the one suggested above don't seem to work for me. It took me a while to figure out that outbound URLs are rewritten based on first match in ...

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Short URLs in Multi-domain setup with Dispatcher
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HelloI'm fairly new to AEM, so bear with me if I'm not using the right terminology.Using Dispatcher with Multiple Domains I followed the steps outlined in the link referenced above. I used Approach-1, where AEM rewrites the URLs rather than setting up apache rewrites. Lot of the stuff works. I do see pages being cached, etc. What I'm struggling with are the resource maps that need to be setup for URL shorterning.I'm kind of lost on what exactly needs to be done in /etc/map/http. I tried several ...

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