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Is it possible to make Joomla! speak more than one language? www.g17l.com is a show-case how to make Joomla a multilingual CMS.

Ok, it's possible using top-extension JoomFish. But it had to be easier than that; JoomFish is very good, but also very complex.

www.g17l.com is using extension M17n together with some hacks on the Joomla .php files. No extra tables will be added to your database. You can find all related articles under menu item LINGUA. You can also find some articles regarding OpenSource software. I needed some examples to show how multilingual this showcase is and you have to admit some of these packages are very good!

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Joomla! 1.7 stable!

stop right hereIf you are using Joomla! 1.7+ stop right here. Joomla! 1.7 is now equiped with a language selector tool like Multilang M17n. The objectives of Multilang M17n are now part of the core of Joomla! 1.7+

Please read this carefully: http://community.joomla.org/blogs/community/1468-multilang-in-17-whats-new.html

 

Joomla! 1.6 and 1.7! béta

Joomla 1.7 Multilang M17nIf you are using Joomla! 1.6 and you are looking for some helpfull tool like this one, go to http://16.g17l.com

New! Now also available for Joomla! 1.7alpha and béta! Look for it in the download section of http://16.g17l.com.

 

Joomla 1.6

The new joomla 1.6 possibilities on mulitlingalisation of your website are just not enough to have your website a true multilingial one. G17l is busy creating some tool to get the same functionality in 1.6 as you have with the Multilang M17n extension in Joomla 1.5. We are testing!

Stay tuned!

 
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Beta Patch PHP5.3.x

It seems the current version of Multilang M17n is not performing under PHP5.3.x as it should.

Now under testing on the test-server of g17l.com is the béta-patch. It looks it does the trick allright. Therefore this patch is published to enable users to test the patch also..

Please return your comments. If the experience of the users is positive the patch will be incorporated in the normal stable install version.

How it works?

Just download the patch, copy-paste it to your mod-mainmenu folder using ftp... this should do the trick. (of course you need to have the extension installed first...:) )