Date of publication: 2018-02-26 11:53
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You can typically specify several alternatives that will be treated in order of preference. The following example shows a setting in Firefox for someone who would prefer Swiss French pages, but if that is not available would settle for any French, German or English page, in that order.
The basic rule here is that if your language preference list contains a language tag containing a hyphen, such as fr-CH (French as spoken in Switzerland), you should consider adding an additional language tag without the hyphen, ie. fr (French) in this case, immediately after.
So the only reliable way is to get an answer back from the server. You will need something that runs on the server (,.jsp,.php, CGI) and that "thing" can return that info. Good examples here: http:///wap/detection/?page=readHeader
In many cases, the initial browser setting will meet your needs. For example, if you have a Japanese version of a browser, the browser typically assumes that you prefer pages in Japanese, and sends this information to the server. The details below tell you how to discover and change the language preferences if you need to.
I only needed the primary component for my needs, but you can easily just use the full string. Works with latest Chrome, Firefox, Safari and IE65+.
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Firefox. Open the browser settings and the Content tab. Under the Languages heading, choose your preferred language(s) by selecting the language or language+region combination you want from the list provided. Then adjust the order to indicate your order of preference.
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