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Support of audio and video & foreign languages

Hi guys, the business 2.0 template looks very good and I'm thinking about to create my homepage with this template. It is a german homepage and I would like to know if sensitive links (e.g. buttons, system messages e.g. error 404 etc.) can be edited or switched to german language. And I also want to know if there is a playback function implemented to playback audio files which will work with every browser and plattforms (e.g. firefox, safari, ie either windows or apple os). Thank you for support, I will think about buying the template.
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  • Replied by zahir on Thursday, July 05 2012, 11:10 PM · Hide · #1
    Hi Jusisweety,

    Thanks for your questions.

    Language Settings: You will need to set up german language on your site (via joomla language manager) for all the system language strings to show up in german (you will need to do this for any template). Additionally, there are a couple of text messages that manually need to be modified through the template settings page for the mobile site. (see here: It should all be translatable - I know a couple of non-english sites using the template, even a chinese one.

    Audio player: No this isnt part of the template. I do not know of any other templates that will include an audio player - you may want to look at some Joomla Extensions for this sort of functionality:

    Hope that helps!
  • Replied by Jusisweety on Friday, July 06 2012, 01:31 PM · Hide · #2
    Hi Zahir, thank you for your answer. I will get the template and create the hp in german. I've seen that the theme starts with the "!Doctype html"-tag, so there should be the chance to insert an audio player with code of "HTML5 Audio". That's all what I need to present audio examples which now in my hp is done by flash plugin. Flash is not supported by some browsers or mobile units and I hope HTML5 will solve it.

    Thanks again for your quick response and support.

    Replied by zahir on Friday, July 06 2012, 04:04 PM · Hide · #3
    Hi Rudi,

    Yes, the theme is built on HTML5 and does support the native <audio> tag. I've just done a quick test on the template using the snippet below on google chrome and can playback audio:
    <audio controls preload="auto" autobuffer>
      <source src="/magic_fly.mp3" />

    See attached screenshot. However, if you use the method, you should also remember to cater for older browsers that do not support html5 media e.g. by using a flash fallback mechanism.

    Hope that helps!


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