Caddy supports localisation in principle.
Localisation means for example:
- You like to sell tickets supported by the the languages English and German.
- You sell the same (!) Ticket independend of the language.
Localisation doesn’t mean:
- You sell English and German tickets.
In these case you don’t need any localisation but both ticktes: a English and a German one.
If you like to use Caddy localised:
- Your TYPO3 must be localised.
- Your folder with your items is translated, has an “Alternative Page Language” record.
- Your page with the Caddy form is localised, has an “Alternative Page Language” record.
- Frontend Localization Guide https://docs.typo3.org/typo3cms/FrontendLocalizationGuide/Index.html
Caddy takes the value from the default record, if
- config.sys_language_mode is content_fallback and
- the TCA property l10n_mode of a field is exclude
This means for example:
- You have to maintain the price of your item in the default language record only.