Manually Translating Your Joomla! Site’s Content into Your Desired Language

by Suhreed Sarkar | October 2010 | Cookbooks Joomla! Content Management Open Source Web Development

In the previous article we saw how to translate a site’s content using Google’s translation service. The full process is automated and the machine does the translation. However, machine translation is not always good and can sometimes be misleading. To avoid your content getting lost in translation, or in the absence of a translation service for a specific language, like Bengali, you may like to manually translate the site’s content.

In this article by Suhreed Sarkar, author of Joomla! 1.5 Top Extensions Cookbook, you will learn how to translate your site’s content manually into your desired language using the Joom!Fish extension. It allows you to translate the articles, modules, banners, menus, sections, categories, and so on into your desired language. It also shows a language selection module for visitors to choose a language from the site’s frontend. Many other components and modules can be translated by installing their respective content elements.


Joomla! 1.5 Top Extensions Cookbook

Joomla! 1.5 Top Extensions Cookbook

Over 80 great recipes for taking control of Joomla! Extensions

  • Set up and use the best extensions available for Joomla!
  • Covers extensions for just about every use of Joomla!
  • Packed with recipes to help you get the most of the Joomla! extensions
  • Part of Packt’s Cookbook series: Each recipe is a carefully organized sequence of instructions to complete the task as efficiently as possible

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