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I'm having an issue in my site.I'm using VirtualFolder property to change the site language content. I've a link 'Environment' and my default site language is Chinese. So,the URL looks like www.xyz.com/environment when I switch to English URL becomes www.xyz.com/en/environment but the problem here is when I again switch to Chinese language it strips the URL with '/en' So the URL becomes www.xyz.com/vironment which results the 404 not found error. Changing the Virtualfolder value solves the issue but I was looking for the permanent solution so that in future I may have link with any name.

I tried changing the value of 'Languages.AlwaysStripLanguage' to false but didn't solve the issue for me. Can anyone suggest me something.

Thanks

  • You're not supposed to use virtual folders to embed languages in your URL like that. It will work out of the box. – Mark Cassidy Apr 18 '18 at 12:09

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