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Localization of Html Module

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    In our web site, we have used html module at couple of places directly. I need to know what strategy we should followi to make the HTML modules translations for our web site. We are working to enable lanaguages in our website. For Html module we could not find any solution. Please suggest. 

    We are using DNN 9.3.2 at the moment.



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      if you plan using DNN Core Content Localization, DNN will provide you with a connected translated instance of each module including HTML and you may simply replace copied content by translation. I suggest setting up a test site with content localization to get familiar with its feature and UI.

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        If we have anchor tag in Html Module how can Url be mapped to localized version in html module translations

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          there is no solution for auto-scrolling built into DNN.
          Syncing scroll position across languages is a real challenge in any multilingual sites.
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