A locale is a computer software which refers to a set of parameters that defines the language, region of the user and certain preferences which they want to have in the user interface. Generally, at least one language identifier and a region identifier are the main contents of locale identifier.
The Extensible Markup Language or XML is nothing but a markup language like HTML, only it is extensible. World Wide Web Consortium, in short W3C, create this.
This feature enables you to upload a locale in the format of XML to a server. Once a locale is uploaded, it can be selected from within the cPanel interface.
The following steps are to be performed to upload an existing file:
Access to upload your own language file or a third-party language file is given by this interface. Follow these steps written underneath in order to upload a language file:
|/||Root language file is uploaded, verbiage for the cPanel is supplied by this when a necessary term is absent in the primary language files.|
|paper_lantern||Language files of Lantern theme are uploaded by this.|
|A custom theme on the server||Select the available custom theme to upload its language file. For the custom themes, the language file is stored in the ‘/usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/themename/lang/’ directory by the system, where the custom theme’s name is represented by the theme name.|
In a document, XML only adds context to the information and does not provide details about the way of displaying it. To get information out of an XML document, the programs need an API. A description of XML document can be written in a way to make it more useful for the programmers. There are several languages available for this amongst which DTD is the popular one.