I am creating a multilanguage site and need some feedback from you all. What I started creating is a site that uses the same page for each language but calls it's respective language file (ie. en.php). Depending on what language is selected (www.site.com/page.php?lang=en) the respective language file will be called by include('/en.php'); Is this a good way to handle multiple languages? I want to stay away from databases and this was my solution. My concern is that I don't know how search engines like Google or Yahoo handle searching pages like this. I want all of my languages to be included in the search but does Google search www.site.com/index.php?lang=en and www.site.com/index.php?lang=spanish separately? I want to be able to search my Spanish terms and go to the right page with the right $lang var set. Is this what happens? Thanks for the response!
Multi Language Site - PHP only
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