A HTML build of the Mallard pages are published at
<https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/>, similar to
<https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-help/stable/>. However, there is one
important detail which differs: The URLs of the internal links on the
GNOME site include a language suffix. For instance, while the link at
the index page to "Your desktop" looks like this on GNOME:
<a href="shell-overview.html.en" title="shell-overview">Your desktop</a>
it looks like this on Ubuntu:
<a href="shell-overview.html" title="Your desktop">Your desktop</a>
i.e. we don't have the ".en" (or ".fr" or ".de" etc.) suffix.
So I have a simple question: How do you do that?
The GNOME model appears to make it easier to navigate the site in some
other language but the one which is set in the web browser, and I think
that changing this in Ubuntu would address
Any pointer/guidance on how to add such language suffixes to the
internal link URLs would be much appreciated.
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