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Joomla Help needed for Multi Lingual Content

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by aspardeshi, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. aspardeshi

    aspardeshi Junior Member

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    I have a joomla 1.5 website, my concern is that when i write a content, my content should be saved as a physical page in joomla in varied languages and it should be ready for indexing.

    Any help is highly appreciated. :D
     
  2. bmatthews

    bmatthews Regular Member

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    I think you could try looking into the joomla forums.
     
  3. ukescuba

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    look for a plugin called joomlafish

    also theres Nooku this a component by one of the original founders of joomla who i did a 2hr joomla/seo presentation with at last years sem for smb conference.

    but of these will allow you to create multilingual content

    hth
     
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  4. aspardeshi

    aspardeshi Junior Member

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    Thank you ukeskuba, well I have installed language components several times over my websites but what it does it that it translate online when you select any of the language, the difference is that it does not create any physical pages but create translation only at runtime.

    I hope the joomla fish which you have recommended will help me create physical pages rather than online translation. I will definetely give it a try.

    Thank you once again. Any more suggestions from BHW is also welcome.
     
  5. aspardeshi

    aspardeshi Junior Member

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    Thank you ukeskuba, well I have installed language components several times over my websites but what it does it that it translate online when you select any of the language, the difference is that it does not create any physical pages but create translation only at runtime.

    I hope the joomla fish which you have recommended will help me create physical pages rather than online translation. I will definetely give it a try.

    Thank you once again. Any more suggestions from BHW is also welcome.
     
  6. aspardeshi

    aspardeshi Junior Member

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    Thank you ukeskuba, well I have installed language components several times over my websites but what it does it that it translate online when you select any of the language, the difference is that it does not create any physical pages but create translation only at runtime.

    I hope the joomla fish which you have recommended will help me create physical pages rather than online translation. I will definetely give it a try.

    Thank you once again. Any more suggestions from BHW is also welcome.
     
  7. ukescuba

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    just fyi joomlafish wont automatically translate the content for you, you will have to add in your own translation, what it does though is add a variable to your url which then converts all your default text to the new selected language...

    checkout the site will make more sense :)

    hth

    jay aka ukescuba