my name is Torsten, I live in Germany, and I am an independent web designer
I found ionize while searching for a multilingual blog system. Well, ionize isn’t a blog system like WordPress, but I love the built in multilingual feature. I could use this for customers. There aren’t many content management systems to build polyglot web sites with, at least not in an easy way.
A few years ago, I used Drupal, and later switched to concrete5, because that was easier to handle with and much more intuitive for my customers. Joomla and Typo3 could have been alternatives, but I don’t like them. And concrete5 is still all right, but they have programmed a new major version from the ground up, and I have so many difficulties with it.
Ionize could be what I’ve been looking for, but there is one issue. I installed it on my test platform in a subdirectory, like http://www.domain.com/ionize, with sample data, and only the home page works. I will ask for a solution in another thread.
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