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If I understand your use case correctly, you have a multi-lingual game in which players can choose a country. Assuming that it should be possible for an English speaking player from Germany to choose the ingame country France, you have to make sure to separate these three things (language, country, ingame country). As you only use the visitor’s current ...


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I don't see any point to divide the website and point your users based on their location especially if those website contain the same content in same language. It will make sense to create websites divided by languages. Just if your services that you offer are completely different in other countries so you may chose in this option. Make sure to use ...


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why countries? divide into languages! so you will have two folders: english and dutch. even better to have only english, which is understandable in both of belgiё and holland. Seriously, use any possibility to simplify your site and take any thinkable way to avoid duplicated content. less folders/less content → less crawling → better indexing → better ...


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As this page is for people that can speak English and want to learn Italian, the URL path as well as most parts of the content (the header, the navigation, the footer, etc.) should be in English. If you care about semantic HTML, you should use lang="en" on the html element, and lang="it" on the elements that contain the Italian translation. I don’t agree ...



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