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Using the Multiple Page Trees Concept

So you need different structures for each language? Then you will likely choose the multiple page tree method.

In order to enable it, you’ll have to add some TypoScript to the setup field of your root template. Just have a look at the example:

plugin.tx_rlmplanguagedetection_pi1 {
   useOneTreeMethod = 0
   multipleTreesRootPages  {
      de = 216
      en = 120
      es = 482

First you disable the One-Tree-Method by setting useOneTreeMethod = 0. Then you define the unique ids of those pages being the root page for each language.

In our example visitors who prefer spanish will automatically guided to the page with the id 482 if they enter the website.