I'm not sure what is the Wikipage Structure that was meant for Polyglot when created
For example, lets say that we start with Main_Page
We install Polyglot, then if we create Main_Page/es automatically we will have Interlanguage link for Spanish in the left, same happens if we have Main_Page/en, with ULS and English selected for anonymus visitors.
But for example, if we prefer to have a Page called Pagina_Principal (Main Page in Spanish), then, how may we adequately perform this linking?
What I've done is:
- Create a new page called Pagina_Principal
- Put a REDIRECT in Main_Page/es to Pagina_Principal
- Create a new page called Pagina_Principal/en
- Put a REDIRECT in Pagina_Principal/en to Main_Page/en
This way I have interlanguage links in both Pages (Main_Page/en + Pagina_Principal)
What I'm thinking it's if I should be doing for just every page in my site, it will be really difficult to maintain:
Lets say I create a new Page call Rice
Then I will have to create a page called Rice/es
Then another page called Arroz
Then another page called Arroz/en
Redirect Rice/es to Arroz
And Redirect Arroz/en to Rice
4 Page for every two languages
Things will go worse if I have to maintain 3 language (or 4)
If I add french then I will have to create Rice/fr + Riz + Riz/es + Riz/en + Arroz/fr
- Redirect Rice/fr to Riz
- Redirect Riz/es to Arroz
- Redirect Riz/en to Rice
- Redirect Arroz/fr to Riz
Therefore, 9 pages for 3 languages and 6 Redirects.
With 4 languages, lets say Riso (it), I will have to create:
- Riso/es to Arroz
- Riso/en to Rice
- Riso/fr to Riz
- Riz/it to Riso
- Arroz/it to Riso
- Rice/it to Riso
Therefore 16 Pages in total + 12 redirects.
Summary: It's impossible to scale the Wiki with this structure. So at this point I think I'm doing something wrong
Any ideas to solve this?