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How to set up a multilanguage website in 10 steps & Ideas, Setups and Tips

How to set up a multilanguage website in 10 steps & Ideas, Setups and Tips

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Published by Peter Martin
Joomla 2.5 has a built-in option to use Joomla for multilingual websites. It's an awesome functionality but it can be a hassle to set it up correctly.

The languages are independent of each other, and to manage translations for all different languages, a 3rd party multilingual content manager can be used.

Matthew Philogene & Peter Martin will show you how to set up a multilingual website with Joomla 2.5, and how you could use the 3rd party multilingual content manager Josetta.
Joomla 2.5 has a built-in option to use Joomla for multilingual websites. It's an awesome functionality but it can be a hassle to set it up correctly.

The languages are independent of each other, and to manage translations for all different languages, a 3rd party multilingual content manager can be used.

Matthew Philogene & Peter Martin will show you how to set up a multilingual website with Joomla 2.5, and how you could use the 3rd party multilingual content manager Josetta.

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Published by: Peter Martin on Aug 18, 2012
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How to createa multilingual websitewith Joomla 2.5in 10 steps?
Matthew Philogene & Peter Martin
Joomladays Cape Town 2012
>>>Sheets will be made available <<<
Friday 17 August 2012Saturday 18 August 2012
 
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Overview Presentation
Introduction
Create a Multilingual website in 10 steps
Questions?
Warning: The articles in Dutch & Afrikaanshave been translated with Google Translate.Don't try this at home... :-)
 
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Our fictional website
Subject: Dutch & South African Food
Website currently in English
Multilingual website?

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