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Posted on 2010-08-21
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Hi all,

I'm trying to get my application to detect what language the browser is set to, then make changes accordingly. So far I have:

Dim lang As String
lang = Request.QueryString("Language")
If lang = "it" then
Sidebar3.CssStyle = "sidebar h2"
End if

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this didn't work, so I played around with trying 'language' instead of 'Language', and 'it-IT" instead of "it" but nothing seems to work.

Then I thought that maybe the string 'lang' wasn't working as it should, so I tried a

Response.Write(Request.QueryString("Language"))

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nothing was written at all. As you can see in the first 'code' - I'm trying to change the CSS class of sidebar3 (an asp label) if the browser language is set to Italian. I've also tried doing a Select Case - this yields the same result, nothing.

I'm using IE8 and Chrome for testing, no variations on results for either.

Any help will be appreciated!

Jonathan
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by:Navecha
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hello,

have you looked into the folowing?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.httprequest.userlanguages.aspx

greets,

LN
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by:Navecha
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(querystring is only for passing values with a [get]-form)

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by:jonathangodwin
ID: 33490962
Oh ok, so what would be the best way for me to achieve the objective in my original post? I tried:

Dim userLang() As String
        Dim count As Integer

        userLang = Request.UserLanguages
        For count = 0 To userLang.GetUpperBound(0)
            Response.Write("User Language: " & CStr(userLang(count)) & "<br>")
        Next count

which returns:

User Language: en-GB
User Language: it;q=0.8
User Language: en-US;q=0.6
User Language: en;q=0.4

but what can I do to isolate one of the above in an If statement?

Thanks,

Jonathan
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Dim lang As String = Request.UserLanguages(0).ToString
if lang = "it" Then
SideBar3.CssClass = "<your css class goes here>"
End If

is how to do it for future reference for people
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