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If you've ever created a panel for multiple languages and found yourself wanting to create a URL path for your panel that looks something like this (/en/myenglishpage-mapagefrancaise and /fr/myenglishpage-mapagefrancaise), then these instructions are for you! A URL like that is NOT localized, it's bilingual.

This process was quite tricky to figure out because I kept thinking that Panels was going to let me do it, that i18n's Path Translation would work, or that using two panels was the solution. After exhausting these solutions, URL aliases was the last resort. It turns out that was very easy!

Here's how:

Drupal 8 or Backdrop?

I’m not a programmer or a computer science grad but I’ve been in the software development scene for about 15 years now, mostly as a web developer and project manager.

Drupal fell on my lap in 2005, it was version 4.7. Being a website hobbyist and enthusiast at the time, I took to it immediately and became a very good Drupal site builder. A Drupal site builder is commonly referred to as someone who builds websites by leveraging the contributed modules in clever ways to create great websites without almost ever writing one line of PHP code.

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Thursday, August 15, 2013 (All day)

Social media is about enabling an on-line conversation. After years of tremendous evolution and progress on the internet, organizations now realize the benefits of social networking, but struggle to apply it internally. This session will explore how to structure and manage user-generated content in your organization’s intranet.

Event date: 
Thursday, August 15, 2013 (All day)
Drupal Gov Days 2013: The Roadmap to Intranet Collaboration

Organizations understand that web technology and social networking can help increase internal collaboration but worry about keeping the online conversation focused around the corporate mission. Many Drupal enthousiasts struggle to gain buy-in from senior management in Government for its use as the Intranet technology platform of choice. However, the true discussion that needs to happen is not one of technology but rather of web strategy.

Jayson Peltzer is a web strategist, entrepreneur, and information expert that understands the power of web content. The key to his success has been his ability to blend content management functionality with Internet trends and best practices in a way that empowers everyday people.

Jayson’s passion for improving information management began as web developer. Logging in over 30,000 hours creating websites that improved the way information was delivered, shared, viewed, and categorized was just the tip of the iceberg for him. What began as a job soon developed into a vision for the future; content is and always will be king.

Event date: 
Wednesday, December 8, 2010 (All day) - Thursday, December 9, 2010 (All day)
Federated Press Conference - 17th Intranets for Corporate Communications

An effective intranet design is one that is perceived as being of value by both employees and stakeholders. There is a significant amount of planning involved when designing an intranet experience no matter if it is a new build, redesign or new feature. It typically requires cross-department collaboration, management of a multidisciplinary team and implementation, marketing/communication and training plan. This session will provide you with:

Event date: 
Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Drupal in Government Ottawa Showcase

The Drupal in Government Ottawa Showcase is organized & sponsored by OpenConcept and brings together over 75 people and 15 government departments represented to learn about how and why public servants are using Drupal effectively to communicate. My talk was on the use of Drupal for an Intranet site with social networking capabilities (Facebook style, blogging & video) and the usage of MediaWiki.

Date: June 15, 2010
Conference: Drupal in Government Ottawa Showcase - Change comes to Ottawa
Topic: Drupal for a Social Networking Intranet
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