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Using PowerStore in Hebrew (rtl)

Thread began 3/07/2010 5:22 pm by gad386028 | Last modified 3/08/2010 2:29 am by gad386028 | 880 views | 2 replies |

gad386028

Using PowerStore in Hebrew (rtl)

Hi,
I'm trying to build an online store in hebrew to be used in israel using the powerstore solution package:
1. is there a way to integrate a local checkout provider so i don't have to rely only on paypal?
2. can i convert the usd to NIS (new israeli shekels)?
as for page formation, so far i'm able to change the text by placing the right language tag in source view, will it work for the rest of the site? i believe doing the basic changes in DW is required prior to uploading the package to the server.
many thanks

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anonymous

Shalom,

Are you looking for a script to handle exchange rates or do you just want to convert the currency handling within the application to the Israeli Shekel?

Exchange would obviously be more difficult as you would need an API from an online service (preferably a world bank) that would keep the exchange rate up to date.

If you just want to handle the Israeli currency, you could easily just change out the US dollar symbol.

As far as language, are you talking about transliterated Hebrew or applying the actual Aleph Bet (Aramaic character set)? I would imagine the Aleph Bet could be applied with the correct charset identification and then going through and editing the content to your desire.

L'hitra'ot,

Brian

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gad386028

Re: rtl

Thanks,
Since the store will work locally, all i need is the israeli currency to work. is there a way i can integrate a local checkout gateway?
as for hebrew, the main concern is that the templates are built ltr (sidebar on the left, etc) and while trying to define the documents as rtl, the template is distorted. no problem is adding the "dir="rtl" lang="he" to each paragraph seperately but the template is a bit more difficult. hope that clarifies my concerns.
Many thanks,
Gad

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