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Adding Multilingual Capabilities to your Drupal Site [March 4, 2014]

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Drupal comes in 180 languages and is used by people in 230 countries/territories. In this short webinar, our Architect will take you through the process of setting up a basic multi-lingual site.

You will
• Learn how to create page-level and field-level translations
• Translate interfaces
• Translate menus
• Add a language selector to your site
• Auto-determine the visitors language

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Tuesday, March 4, 2014
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