Server side isn't possible in his case (I wonder how he was able to find hosting which is so bad that they don't support php or asp atleast xD).
@primexx isn't using external xml files for each language it actually making worse? since you're doing additional http request
Easiest would be just a index php with language detect from ip and then load the correct php file with "include", I'd just get a better hosting to be honest
It's really cheap! Do don't consider it as a webhost, more like I pay only for the domain and they provide a flat-easy only HTML webhosting for that. It's costs 20EUR for 3 years, aprox less then 30$. So for this price? Will you get a domain name + proper webhosting? Doubt it...or?!
Actually, previously I had website where I made my language change with a simple PHP, without knowing PHP even. Anyway, now I have this host, what can I do? I don't want to spend more on then it's actually worth. HTML5 is nice nowadays and in most chases should be enought.
obviously, just as hacky as the aforementioned suggestions, the best is still to do it server-side, so much easier.
OK. Might dig in a bit into that...althou I started to structure it with the above suggestions.
well all these workarounds suck. I agree a better host is best.