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Localizing SharePoint Solutions is quite a large topic and there is some great reference material on MSDN. SPWeb.SupportedUICultures is a method that will tell you which cultures are available in your web. The cultures should correspond with the Optional Language Packs installed. When I localizing a web part, I often start with creating a resource file ...
Appending the foll. to your page url will open the Web Part Page Maintenance: ?contents=1
Edit the html of the CEWP ad paste it into a text editor. Remove the html from the CEWP. Save the html in the editor as a .html file and upload it to a document library. Edit the CEWP and point the Content Link to the file you just uploaded. Putting html and/or script directly into a CEWP is possible on web part pages, not on wiki or publishing pages. ...
What we do is divide the Page Layout using WebPartZones. We then add Content Editor Webparts on to the Page, there we can link the image using "a" tag, Here the admin can go to the edit mode and adjust the images and links in Edit Mode also
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