Once you decided to build the site the following most known difficulties be present during site’s construction:
- Complicated business logic.
- Significant number of stakeholders.
- Need to support several cultures (even you never heard about some of them)
- Plenty of content
Fortunately, Sitecore solves (or at least gives convinient way) most of them. But you should keep in mind that Sitecore is not a magic pillis, but it’s more than up to the challenge when it comes to building sites.
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The Sitecore CMS allows you to create multiple versions of the pages for each of the languages supported by your site. Still, sometimes you may want to have particular pages translated into to a certain subset of the languages, e.g. if you have French content that should be available for end users in just France and Canada. The problem is that when you try to access the page in a language which does not have a supported version, you won’t get a 404 error, but be displayed an empty page.
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