How do I setup Multilingual content in Concrete5

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shankumars / 22 Points
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2013-08-28 9:11 am EST
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I followed your guidance of
Working with the Internationalization in Concrete5. what i expect for this Internationalization add-ons: To translate the static content (default english) to another language (like chinese, spanish) but its not happen.

So please give the solution of How to content translate in concrete5.

thanks
Kumar

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johnpaulb-whh2
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9,026 Points
2013-08-28 10:18 am EST
Hello Kumar,

Thank you for your question. The Internationalization Add-On in Concrete5 helps Administrators manage the different language pages, and allows you to easily copy the site structure for multiple languages.

But, after duplicating the site structure, you must still translate the pages. This helpful youtube video on the Internationalization Add-On may help you understand.

I have updated my article on Copying a Language Tree and included a section stating "When you copy a language tree, it will not translate the pages, it only copies the structure. You can then easily go to the page and translate it, Google Translate is a helpful tool for accomplishing this."

If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
Thank you,

-John-Paul

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thank you John i got it .... I have one question to you


How to use to google translate in concrete... and how to use it ?
will you please explain me with an example or code wise



thanks and regards
Kumar


shankumars
22 Points

2013-08-29 2:50 am EST
Hello shankumars,

You must use Google translate separately from Concrete5, then just add the translated text into the page for that language.

Here is a link to the official google guide on using Translate, after translating you can add the translated content to the page.

If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
Thank you,

-John-Paul
johnpaulb-whh2
9,026 Points
Staff
2013-08-29 1:37 pm EST
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