This is a temporary placeholder.
If you’re writing a Liferay Application, you’re probably a genius who is also really cool. Which means your application is going to be used throughout the entire world. At least, it will if the...Read More
If you already have a default Language.properties file that holds language keys for your user interface messages, or even a language module that holds these keys, you’re in the right place. Instead...Read More
Using language files with keys gives you the ultimate flexibility in translating your application’s user interface messages. But you can also modify the language keys used by Liferay’s core itself....Read More
What do you do if the language keys you want to modify are in one of Liferay’s applications or another module whose source code you don’t control? The process for overriding a module’s language...Read More
For a given locale, you can override Liferay’s core UI messages. Modifying Language key values in Liferay provides a lot of localization flexibility in itself, but we’re always looking for new ways...Read More