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Is it possible to use muliple sitemaps?

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I know that names and descriptions in sitemap files can be localized
using resource files. But I think that's not enough for me. I need to
add and remove some menus depending on the language, for example:
When the display language is English, there should be "Home",
"Japanese lecture", ... "Contact", and when Japanese, there should be
"ホーγƒ*(home)", "θ‹±θͺžθ¬›εΊ§(English lecture)"..."γŠε•γ„εˆγ‚γ›(contact)".
The urls for home and contact are the same in both languages but the
ursl of Japanese lecture and English lecture are different. How can I
implement this? Can I use multiple sitemaps? Or is it possible to use
conditional node depending on the language in a sitemap?

Or I should not use localization by resource files and sitemaps when
each language doesn't use the exact same site structure?

Feb 11 '07 #1
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