Apache Reference: mod_mime, DefaultLanguage
Define Default MIME Content Language
Syntax: DefaultLanguage A
Example: DefaultLanguage en
Since: Apache 1.1
This directive tells Apache that all files in the directive's scope (for example, all files covered by the current <Directory> container) that don't have an explicit language extension (such as ``
.de'' or ``
.en'' as configured by AddLanguage) should be considered to be in the specified mime-lang language. Consequently, entire directories can be marked as containing content of a particular language, without having to rename each file. Unlike with the use of extensions to specify languages, DefaultLanguage can specify only a single language. If no DefaultLang==uage directive is in force, and a file does not have any language extensions as configured by AddLanguage, then that file will be considered to have no language attribute.